11 April 2002span> DUSHANBE, 10 April (Asia-Plus)–“To date, three main problems are affecting economic development in Central Asia,” Tajik President Emomali Rahmonov said on 8 April, speaking at a plenary session of the Eurasian economic summit in Almaty. According to Rahmonov, efforts must focus on better exploitation and provision of power resources, more efficient use […]

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