The district of Chitral in northern Pakistan has been blessed with an abundance of fruits. Apricots are the most commonly produced, with an average of 15 trees per household. Despite massive production, the fruit has not been able to reach its maximum potential in the market. But with the arrival of the China-Pakistan economic corridor, people hope they will get their due benefits. CCTV’s Danial Khan reports.
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