EBRD projects “bittersweet” economic recovery in South Caucasus and Central Asia in 2021
EBRD revised up its outlook for the economies of the South Caucasus and Central Asia in 2021, predicting that growth would be stronger than it initially expected, though called the recovery "bittersweet".
Nov 5, 2021
In Turkmenistan, author of poem about coronavirus and quarantine sentenced to 5 years-TURKMEN.NEWS
Nov 2, 2021
Taliban officials discuss TAPI construction with Turkmen Ambassador to Kabul again-HRONIKATM.COM
Oct 28, 2021
Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan adopt joint statement, ink deals on border, defence cooperation-AKIPRESS.COM
Oct 27, 2021
Turkmen activist Akhmed Rakhmanov detained by Turkish authorities goes on hunger strike-HRONIKATM.COM
Oct 26, 2021
In Turkmenabat, there is a shortage of bread in the private sector and queues for bread in state stores-AZATHABAR.COM
Oct 25, 2021
Turkmenistan tackles COVID crisis, while making no admissions
Since the 2020 worldwide outbreak, Turkmenistan has remained one of five countries – along with North Korea and three Pacific island states – to report no COVID cases.
Oct 21, 2021
Dozens of private bakeries closed in Ashgabat due to lack of flour-AZATHABAR.COM
Oct 20, 2021
IMF predicts economic growth in South Caucasus and Central Asia in 2021-22
The global economy is projected to grow 5.9 percent in 2021 and 4.9 percent in 2022, 0.1 percentage point lower for 2021 than in July 2021.
Oct 18, 2021