Two telecoms have already paid big fines for handing out bribes worth some half-billion dollars to late Uzbek leader Karimov’s daughter.
Polish hopes for a massive inflow of Chinese investors, establishing new factories and creating thousands of jobs, have not yet materialized.
Prime minister and presidential ally clash over control of the customs service, a vital contributor to state coffers.
Russia’s renowned arms manufacturer takes a bold step into the consumer market.
China has a lot of money invested in the country, but much less than Serbs think.
More taxes, pension cuts, and a smaller role for private businesses are in store.
After decades of wrangling, the five Caspian states appear ready to cooperate. From Eurasianet.
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