Afghans Smell Profits in Orange Blossom Perfume
Afghanistan is set to exploit its unique agricultural climate by refining and exporting another kind of flower, orange blossoms! An Afghan investor found a way to extract the citrusy, floral bouquet from the delicate flowers to create perfumes. As VOA's Zabihullah Ghazi reports in Jalalabad, not only is the perfume diversifying the country's agricultural output, it's also providing employment opportunities. Shaista Sadat Lami narrates.