Smith, Pamela Ann
February 2002
Middle East;Feb2002, Issue 320, p30
Reports the expected increase in the foreign investment and trade in Central Asia. Comment of Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev on the economic stability of the states; Expectation on the expansion of U.S. aid for Uzbekistan; Visibility of investor confidence in the states.


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