Central Asia Newswire

Central Asia Newswire

FRIDAY, November 28, 2014
COUNTRIES:

The OSCE wants to bring Kyrgyz election law in line with int'l standards by the country's October presidential election - Vladmis Chesnokov / CAN
Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev (right) arrived in China on Monday for a three-day state visit with Chinese President Hu Jintao (left)
China’s new policy of smaller, more diverse investments will be good for China and the region, says analyst
Uzbekistan's recently released small business statistics may be overly optimistic, says analyst
The administration of U.S. President Barack Obama is proposing granting aid to help increase Kyrgyz democracy and encourage Tajik stability
OSCE democracy builders seek Kyrgyz election reforms

Want to bring Kyrgyz election law in line with international standards and the country’s constitution.

Nazarbayev in China for three-day state visit

Leaders are expected to discuss oil and gas projects and alternative energy.

China’s new investment diversification good for Central Asia, says analyst

China moves beyond massive state-to-state deals to support smaller investments.

Uzbekistan privatization numbers suspect, says analyst

Impressive privatization statistics contradict Uzbekistan’s long-standing policies.

Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan to get region's largest cut of slashed U.S. aid

Kyrgyz aid will assist democracy while Tajik aid will improve stability.

COUNTRIES:
Kyrgyzstan Turkmenistan Tajikistan Uzbekistan Kazakhstan
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