Uzbekistan’s monetary isolationism faces day of reckoning. A TOL partner post from EurasiaNet by Gregory Gleason The International Monetary Fund’s recent decision to scale back its activities in Uzbekistan is a reflection of the Fund’s long-standing dissatisfaction with Uzbekistan’s monetary policies. There are indications that the IMF move may succeed in jolting Uzbekistan into action […]

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