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Regional Human Development Report 2016

Global narratives on inequalities and how best to address them have not yet fully connected with the transition and developing economies of Europe, Turkey, and Central Asia. This is partly because of the region’s largely post-socialist heritage, which left relatively equal distributions of income, relatively broad access to social services, …

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Global Economic Prospects: Europe and Central Asia

The slump in oil prices is increasing pressure on key oil exporters, including Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, and Russia. Recent data point to continued weakness across much of the region. Exchange rates have come under pressure, and in some countries, non-performing loans have ticked upwards or remain at elevated levels. High inflation …

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Azerbaijan, Turkey to Jointly Manufacture Micro and Nano-Satellites

Azerbaijan, Turkey to Jointly Manufacture Micro and Nano-Satellites

Azerbaijan and Turkey are considering the possibility of mutual scientific and technical support in the production of micro- and nano-satellites, Azercosmos told Trend. Azerbaijan’s unique satellite operator Azercosmos is in talks with the Turkish Space Technologies Research Institute (TÜBITAK UZAY) on this issue, the source reported. Azercosmos, Science Development Fund under …

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Qatar Airways – Answer to Future Economic Challenges

Qatar Airways – Answer to Future Economic Challenges

The Airline of the Future that Goes Ahead of the Time Let’s start with facts and indicators. Qatar Airways has won several awards at the Skytrax world airline award ceremony in the following nominations: the world’s best airline of the year, the best business class seat and the Middle Asia …

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IMF Forecasts Economic Slowdown in Caucasus, Central Asia

IMF Forecasts Economic Slowdown in Caucasus, Central Asia

For oil exporters of Caucasus and Central Asia (CCA), the economic growth is projected at 3.75 percent for 2015, down from nearly 5.5 percent in the previous year, despite a sizable fiscal stimulus in some countries (3 percent of GDP in Kazakhstan and 1 percent of GDP in Uzbekistan), said …

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