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[IWS] ADB: THE KYRGYZ REPUBLIC: STRATEGIC ASSESSMENT OF THE ECONOMY [22 December 2014]
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Asian Development Bank (ADB)
THE KYRGYZ REPUBLIC: STRATEGIC ASSESSMENT OF THE ECONOMY [22 December 2014]
[full-text, 156 pages]
This publication examines factors constraining investments and inclusive economic growth in the Kyrgyz Republic, identifies gaps between policies and their implementation, and discusses options to overcome them.
The Kyrgyz Republic, among the poorest countries in Central Asia, has also been among the most open to economic reform. The country has experienced significant political and social instability since independence in 1991. In 2010, the country adopted a new constitution and became a parliamentary democracy. The government has set up an ambitious reform program. Yet, the Kyrgyz Republic faces serious challenges ahead.
Overview of the Economy
Critical Constraints to Growth
Constraints to Inclusivity
Conclusion: Need for Concrete Action
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