21 February 2002span> DUSHANBE, 20 February (Asia-Plus)–Tajikistan’s foreign trade, including electric power and natural gas, totaled $192.5 million in January ($65.8 million more than in January 2001), while its trade deficit climbed to $3.8 million. Tajik exports rose 39 percent year on year, while imports were 67 percent higher than the year before. CIS countries […]

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