Afghan Investment 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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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.