With eye on stability, Central Asian states strengthen trade ties with Afghanistan

The 'Afghanistan: New Trade Horizons' business forum in Almaty sought to link Afghan and Central Asian businesses.

Uzbekistan, Afghanistan reinforce economic, energy co-operation

Uzbek businesspeople see great potential for their goods on the Afghan market.

Kazakh exports face decline amid continued Russian obstructionism

Russia's 'unfriendly' economic policies towards its neighbours are becoming very costly for Kazakh businesses and aim to stymie legitimate market competition.

US trade mission to Tashkent comes amid growing investment

'Something is truly changing,' said one Uzbek.

Tashkent forum unites regional leaders on co-operation, economic growth

The CAMCA forum connects professionals and young leaders with a broad international audience and attracts international funds to invest in the regions' future.

EU allocates €11 million to help spur business development in Central Asia

Fighting poverty and strengthening small- and medium-size businesses will help regional integration and fight radicalisation, say analysts.

Russia uses EEU as cover for anti-competitive policies in Central Asia

Business owners in Central Asia are fuming over Russia's attempts to eliminate them from the Russian market.

USAID helps open Osh's first modern animal feed mill

The new mill will help feed livestock in southern Kyrgyzstan.

Female farmers, entrepreneurs undergo training in Tashkent

Uzbek farmers are learning about greenhouse management, food safety, fruit and vegetable exports, and other areas of agribusiness.

Tajik farmer to supply NATO forces in Afghanistan with onions

Tajik national Tolib Khasanov is the most recent farmer to sign with Ecolog International, which delivered more than 2,000 tonnes of food from southern Tajikistan in 2017 to feed the troops.

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