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The Daily Guardian|November 27, 2021
According to residents, the depreciation of the Afghan currency against the dollar has increased the prices of goods, leading to locals being unable to afford groceries, Tolo News reported.

Following the Taliban takeover and deteriorating economy, a number of Kabul residents expressed concerns over the rising value of the dollar against Afghan currency, local media reported.

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