The Uzbek currency has finally become fully convertible, but that will do little to assuage a foreign investor who has lost millions to arbitrary decrees and red tape. And he isn’t alone. TASHKENT, Uzbekistan–Those who do business with foreigners in this country know well this five-story building in the center of the capital, near the […]
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