26 November 2002 DUSHANBE, 26 November (TCA)–Tajikistan’s economy has a pronounced economic focus on raw material and natural resources. The Tajik Aluminum Plant forms the core of the industrial output. The plant has developed successfully in part because of the cheap electricity supplied by local hydroelectric plants. Tajikistan has the largest hydroelectric resources in the […]

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