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Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction John F. Sopko inspects soybeans in Mazar-e Sharif. Afghan farmers produced negligible amounts of soy, and the sustainability of the major soybean processing facility is in serious doubt because there is not enough product for the facility to be economically viable. Some soybeans have had to be shipped in by the U.S.

Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction John F. Sopko inspects soybeans in Mazar-e Sharif. Afghan farmers produced negligible amounts of soy, and the sustainability of the major soybean processing facility is in serious doubt because there is not enough product for the facility to be economically viable. Some soybeans have had to be shipped in by the U.S.

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