GROWTH IN ENTREPRENEURIAL freedom and exposure to democracy have led to a significant loosening of governmental control over the press and media in Kazakhstan. A stark contrast indeed to the Turkmen president's near total subordination of the press in Ashgabat and the strictly regimented media scene in Uzbekistan.
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