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ISLAMABAD -- Qudrat Baloch, a businessman in Quetta, in southwestern Pakistan, travels frequently to Karachi, the country's largest city and commercial hub, for business.
"I had stopped traveling by air from Quetta to Karachi because return airfares were very expensive," Baloch told Nikkei.
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