Category: Industry Reports

Kazakhstan Agriculture: A Challenging Opportunity

The crisis caused by events in Ukraine triggered huge problems across the Eurasia region. For Kazakhstan, headline growth estimates have been revised downwards from to 2.0-2.5% (from 4.0% last year). Refer to our Kazakhstan Briefing Modernization: Means, Motive and Opportunity, (issued in May), for an in-depth analysis of economic trends and political changes. 

Eurasia Transport and Logistics: Expanding Routes and Hubs

The post-Soviet liberalization of the Russian economy and the rapid growth of China in the same period have resurrected the pre-1914 vision of uniting Eurasia via transport corridors. This report looks at the current situation and development plans, in terms of physical infrastructure and regulatory frameworks, that aim to realize this vision.

Uzbekistan Agriculture: Transformational Changes Underway

Having concentrated on fiscal and monetary reforms and on advancing big infrastructure projects, over the past five years, the government is now much more actively pursuing economic and export diversification projects, to create employment and support rural communities. Agriculture has emerged top of the priority sector list.

Uzbekistan: Healthcare

Healthcare was already a priority, even before Covid-19. Uzbekistan is a country in a hurry to modernize. It has already carried out a number of business and lifestyle changing reforms since the election of President Mirziyoyev in late 2016.

Uzbekistan: Healthcare

The privatization of state enterprises and efforts to attract more private investment into key parts of the economy are now important priorities for the president. Healthcare was identified as one of those priority industries even before the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic. The fact of the global pandemic

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