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    about north tadjikistan!!

    North Tajikistan
    Despite the privileges for foreign investment, the amount of foreign capital in the republic is not high. It first of all is determined by the unstable political, social and military situation in the country. The investors are reluctant to invest in Tajikistan, and tend to invest only in the economy of the more stable North Tajikistan.

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    somewhere in tadjikistan!

    North Tajikistan
    Despite the privileges for foreign investment, the amount of foreign capital in the republic is not high. It first of all is determined by the unstable political, social and military situation in the country. The investors are reluctant to invest in Tajikistan, and tend to invest only in the economy of the more stable North Tajikistan.

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    Most interesting do you want me to rob my piggybank?

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    largest investors!!

    largest investors

    At present, the largest investors in Tajik economy are companies from Canada, USA, Great Britain, Korea, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Hungary and Russia - companies Nelson Gold Corporation (development and mining of gold and silver), Gulf International Minerals (gold mining), Credit Swiss First Boston (futures contracts for cotton), Kabool Textiles (textiles production), Adjind International (textiles). Other successful joint ventures are Zerafshan, Darvaz, Aprelevka, Javoni, Rishta, Khujand Packaging, Marmar, etc.

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    about anglotajik

    largest investors

    At present, the largest investors in Tajik economy are companies from Canada, USA, Great Britain, Korea, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Hungary and Russia - companies Nelson Gold Corporation (development and mining of gold and silver), Gulf International Minerals (gold mining), Credit Swiss First Boston (futures contracts for cotton), Kabool Textiles (textiles production), Adjind International (textiles). Other successful joint ventures are Zerafshan, Darvaz, Aprelevka, Javoni, Rishta, Khujand Packaging, Marmar, etc.

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    special terms!!

    special terms-
    With the purpose of attracting foreign capital in Tajik economy, the government of Republic of Tajikistan has introduced special terms for large investors. According to legislation, any joint venture with not less than 30% share of foreign capital, is exempt from tax on income for two years. The same exemptions are provided to foreign investments in amount of $100,000 to $500,000. If the share of foreign investor in the joint venture is between $500,000 and $2 million the period of exemption will be three years. The five year exemption is provided for investments over $5 million

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    with the purpose of...

    special terms-
    With the purpose of attracting foreign capital in Tajik economy, the government of Republic of Tajikistan has introduced special terms for large investors. According to legislation, any joint venture with not less than 30% share of foreign capital, is exempt from tax on income for two years. The same exemptions are provided to foreign investments in amount of $100,000 to $500,000. If the share of foreign investor in the joint venture is between $500,000 and $2 million the period of exemption will be three years. The five year exemption is provided for investments over $5 million

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    hydro energy

    hydro energy-
    Tajikistan possesses rich natural resources, including hydro-energy (8th in the world), precious metals, polymetallic ores, precious stones, coal, etc. The republic has good opportunities for developing ecological tourism.

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    tadjikistan possesses...

    hydro energy-
    Tajikistan possesses rich natural resources, including hydro-energy (8th in the world), precious metals, polymetallic ores, precious stones, coal, etc. The republic has good opportunities for developing ecological tourism.

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    road access

    ROAD ACCESS
    Although known to the outside world as a "land-locked" country, the Tajik government recently completed the successful extension of the main highway that runs from the capital city of Dushanbe east-southeast through to Khorog. This new extension completes the original Highway, which leaves the city of Khorog and extends east-northeast into Kyrgyzstan, by now including the new eastern extension which crosses into China.
    This new extension will allow for economical transportation of product from Tajikistan into China as well has giving Tajikistan access to commercial cargo shipping on an international level.
    Interior roads in and out of Khorog allow immediate access to AngloTajik's initial two deposit areas, Akjilga (silver) and Ikar (tungsten, gold).

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    lowest per capita

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    Tajikistan has the lowest per capita GDP among the 15 former Soviet republics. Only 8% to 10% of the land area is arable. Cotton is the most important crop. Mineral resources, varied but limited in amount, include silver, gold, uranium, and tungsten. Industry consists only of a large aluminum plant, hydropower facilities, and small obsolete factories mostly in light industry and food processing. The civil war (1992-97) severely damaged the already weak economic infrastructure and caused a sharp decline in industrial and agricultural production. Even though 60% of its people continue to live in abject poverty, Tajikistan has experienced steady economic growth since 1997. Continued privatization of medium and large state-owned enterprises will further increase productivity. Tajikistan's economic situation, however, remains fragile due to uneven implementation of structural reforms, weak governance, widespread unemployment, and the external debt burden. A debt restructuring agreement was reached with Russia in December 2002, including an interest rate of 4%, a 3-year grace period, and a US $49.8 million credit to the Central Bank of Tajikistan.

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    11 posts and all on the same vein....can you say SPAM?

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    Cryptos, please stop creating new threads on the exact same topic! It only creates more work for us.

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