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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Muktar Djumaliev
"When the people of Kyrgyzstan taste a [U.S.] apple, they say it doesn't taste like anything," Mr. Djumaliev said.
"My guess is the message received by our ears and what the ambassador wanted to convey are vastly different," he told Embassy Row. "English, I'm sure, is Ambassador Djumaliev's second language; and although he is very well-educated and certainly competent, his choice of words could have been articulated better."