The Tragedy of Kabul Bank

The Tragedy of Kabul Bank
Author : Abdul Qadeer Fitrat
Publisher : Page Publishing Inc
Total Pages : 494
Release : 2020-11-08
ISBN 10 : 9781640273689
ISBN 13 : 1640273689
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Tragedy of Kabul Bank Book Description:

The Tragedy of Kabul Bank is the story of a massive fraud, deception and betrayal by a group of crony capitalists aided and abetted by the then highest political authorities of Afghanistan. It is an expose of rampant greed and excessive risk taking that shocked the world and caused enormous damage to Afghanistan's economy and image. The Tragedy of Kabul Bank is a narrative of a notorious case of corruption in post-Taliban Afghanistan, recipient of the largest foreign aid since European


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