Aid and Afghanistan’s Economy

October 25, 2011

Global development podcasts 

What is there to show for the $57bn spent on aid in Afghanistan over the past decade, and what lies ahead for the country’s economy and people? Our panel explores the key issues: Aid and Afghanistan’s Economy

Produced by The Guardian Newspaper
Presented by Madeleine Bunting, produced by Lucy Lamble and researched by Claire Provost
guardian.co.uk, Monday 24 October 2011 10.06 EDT

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