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Latest Uzbekistan Items
A repeat of last year's gasoline shortage in Uzbekistan is prompting calls for investment in and modernization of the Central Asian nation's oil industry.
A new fight over water is looming between Kyrgyzstan and its energy-rich Central Asian neighbors — and analysts say the likely winner could be Russia.
French actor Gerard Depardieu will reportedly play a part in the film based on a script written by the daughter of Uzbekistan's authoritarian President Islam Karimov.
The number of people who caught tuberculosis last year inched downward according to an estimate by the World Health Organization, but the agency warned that drug-resistant strains are still spreading.
On Sept. 23, a top Chinese security official and Politburo member, Zhou Yongkang, made a surprise four-hour visit to Kabul during which time he reportedly met with Afghan President Hamid Karzai.
In Uzbekistan, information is so tightly controlled that the government is ranked among the world's worst offenders of Internet freedom.
The U.S. economy is in desperate need of a boost. That's not surprising considering our businesses struggle under a tax burden higher than what is found in any other major industrialized nation.
Uzbekistan's prime minister pledged last month to end child labor in the country's cotton fields. But as the harvest season gets under way, human rights activists say children as young as 13 are being put to work under grueling conditions, despite extreme measures to recruit adult labor.
It's difficult to say definitively which tax is the most destructive. The corporate income tax is a leading candidate for causing higher prices to consumers, lower wages to workers and lower returns to investors.