25 November 2002 BAKU 25 November (Eurasianet)–Azerbaijan’s recent decision to raise domestic energy prices underscores the country’s uneasy relationship with international financial institutions; including the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Government officials walk a fine line in trying to satisfy international bankers without raising domestic discontent to unsettling levels. Azeri President Heidar Aliev’s administration at first […]

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