The Asian Development Bank is working with Afghanistan to build a new road that will open up an east-west trade link with Tajikistan and beyond. The project is building a 108-kilometer road in Badakhshan province that is improving the movement of goods and people, and is promoting best practices in road operations and maintenance that can be emulated across Afghanistan.
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