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Analyses | | Marek Matusiak
The scale of the protests in Tbilisi is limited and their impetus is failing, which shows that they will probably come to an end soon. However, structural, social and political problems which could drive protests in the future remain…
Analyses |
In recent months, food prices in Tajikistan rose by approximately 30%. Such a drastic increase will deepen the socio-economic collapse which the poorest of the post-Soviet republics is undergoing.
Analyses |
On 26 April, the state gas company Turkmengaz and the Chinese Development Bank signed an agreement for a loan of US$4.1 billion to the Turkmen company, in exchange for gas supplies to China (in 2009 Turkmenistan incurred another loan…
Analyses |
On 19-20 April, during Uzbek President Islam Karimov’s visit to China, a range of agreements were signed, including a Chinese loan for Uzbekistan of up to US$1.5 billion, as well as memoranda on investments of US$5 billion. The high…