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Turkmenistan: pharmaceuticals sector cooperation mulled with Belarus

Ashgabat hosted a meeting of Belarus Deputy Minister of Healthcare Natalia Zhukova with Minister of Healthcare and Medical Industry of Turkmenistan Nurmuhammed Amannepesov. The parties discussed the prospects for the development of cooperation in the field of healthcare, as well as in the medical and pharmaceutical industries. The most important direction is the purchase of…

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Ukraine: agricultural exports up in H1 2019

In January-June exports of Ukrainian agricultural products amounted to $10.3 billion, up by 18.6% YoY or by $1.6 billion, according to Acting Agrarian Policy and Food Minister of Ukraine Olha Trofimtseva. “The foreign trade turnover of agricultural products reached $13.1 billion, or 25.1% of Ukraine’s total foreign trade turnover,” she said. Ukraine continues to increase…

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Kyrgyzstan: informal employment reaches 60%

Informal employment makes up more than 60% of the labor market in Kyrgyzstan. The International Labor Organization provides such data. Informal employment is the so-called black labor market, not covered by government regulation. It involves non-recognition of the rights of workers, their vulnerability, poverty, and lack of development prospects. Informal employment reaches 29.6% in Kazakhstan,…

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