11 November 2002 YEREVAN, 11 November (Eurasianet)–Several substantial obstacles hinder trade within the south Caucasus. Azerbaijan and Armenia are stalemated as they try to settle the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. Meanwhile, Georgian authorities struggle to exert authority beyond the capital Tbilisi to other cities. Nevertheless, a new venture hopes that there is sufficient commercial interest in the […]

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