Afghan Investment

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Trying to convince major corporations to set up shop in Afghanistan may sound like an almost impossible task. Much of the country's infrastructure has been destroyed by more than 2 decades of fighting, making even the mundane task of making a phone call a challenge. But a group of young and highly educated Afghans are trying to lure outside companies to their homeland. NPR's Renee Montagne asks one of them just how they plan to do it.



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