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Ashraf Ghani

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Ashraf Ghani is an Afghan politician and former chancellor of Kabul University. He is the chairman of the Institute for State Effectiveness, which he founded in 2005, and head of Afghanistan’s Transition Coordination Commission. Finance minister between 2002 and 2004, he was a presidential candidate in 2009.

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