by Bruce Pannier Kyrgyzstan began 1998 headed in the right direction. The previous year the country made great economic progress. Driven by the first full year of production at the Kumtor Gold Mining Operation, in 1997 Kyrgyzstan had managed to cut its trade deficit by more than 60 percent. Its industrial output increased by almost […]

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