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FBR signs historic customs cooperation agreement with Tajikistan

Urdu Point 19 Feb 2021
An Agreement on cooperation and Mutual Assistance in Customs Matters has been signed in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. Imran Haider, Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan to Tajikistan and Karimzoda K ... Imran Haider, Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan to Tajikistan and Karimzoda K.
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China gradually opens its markets to Central Asia

Beijing News 25 Jan 2021
It is offering access to 1.4 billion consumers, while financing export-oriented businesses keen on the cutthroat Chinese market ... (Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan have registered no discernible increase in exports to China, a reflection of their poor export performance more generally.).
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Tajikistan: Ex-banking executive gets 8.5-year prison sentence

EurasiaNet 19 Dec 2020
A senior business executive in Tajikistan who oversaw the collapse of a major bank has been sentenced to eight-and-a-half years in prison on charges including embezzlement, fraud and forging documents ... Tojprombank was one of several lenders in Tajikistan that collapsed as a result ...
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Tajik PM calls for developing modern, extensive transport system among SCO members

Sina 01 Dec 2020
He also said the COVID-19 pandemic has significantly slowed down the business activities among SCO members, adding that Tajikistan proposed holding the first meeting of the ministers of industry and energy to boost industrial and energy cooperation, especially the ...
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Migrant outflow is BAD news for Russia… or is it?

Russia Beyond 27 Nov 2020
The second wave, which arrived in the fall, likewise did little to stabilize the working relationship between the migrants and businesses ... It can’t be ruled out that these businesses will be forced to cut production volume and, in some cases, exit the market altogether.  ... business economy uzbekistan tajikistan migrants jobs Economy.
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China diversifies in Central Asia

EurasiaNet 23 Nov 2020
Many of the projects are investments primarily funded by Chinese businesses with no obligation from Nur-Sultan ... Tajikistan. Large-scale Chinese government lending to Tajikistan has dried up over the last five years ... But with Tajikistan’s small market and hostile business conditions, major projects are harder to get off the ground.
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China business briefing: Not happy with Kyrgyzstan

Beijing News 03 Nov 2020
For business ties, the damage had already been done ... COVID is also frustrating business ties with neighboring Tajikistan ... Sultanov's comments give texture to rising concerns about Chinese business intentions across Central Asia ... of Chinese businesses in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan.
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Diplomacy and the state of U.S.-Chinese relations

Beijing News 19 Oct 2020
A 2019 working paper, published by a trio of Western scholars, showed that Chinese business methods have resulted in Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan taking on lots of hidden debt, adding that Dushanbe and Bishkek may owe far more than even they realize.
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25 L cases heard virtually in courts during COVID-19: Law minister

Yahoo Daily News 16 Oct 2020
He apprised the gathering of the high priority the government has given to framing business facilitating laws and rules, including Commercial Courts Act and arbitration laws, with a view to make India a preferred destination for investment and business.
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25 lakh cases heard virtually in courts during Covid-19: Law minister

The Times of India 16 Oct 2020
He apprised the gathering of the high priority the government has given to framing business facilitating laws and rules, including Commercial Courts Act and arbitration laws, with a view to make India a preferred destination for investment and business.
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China business briefing: Mooove over, Australia

Beijing News 07 Oct 2020
Sizing up China's taste for pork - not a native delicacy in Muslim-majority Central Asia - Danish and Chinese investors are backing a $22 million pig-breeding complex in Akmola, business news website lsm.kz reported on September 28 ... Tajikistan appears bereft of new Chinese business, but not Beijing's attentions.
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New DNR conservation officer carries his father's legacy

Grand Forks Herald 20 Sep 2020
WILLMAR, Minn ... In other words, just like his father ... Cloud on Oct ... Two weeks after exchanging vows, he learned that he was to be deployed from 2011-2012 in Tajikistan, north of Afghanistan. After returning, he attended school at the Minnesota School of Business, but realized where his passion really belonged ... “Very, very busy,” he said of that job ... .
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Interview with Tajikistan’s would-be youthful change candidate

EurasiaNet 14 Sep 2020
When Faromuz Irgashev announced he intended to make a run in Tajikistan’s presidential election, he was told it was suicide ... In 2016, Tajikistan held a referendum that ended up with the ... Coming out as a categorically opposition figure is dangerous business in Tajikistan, however.
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