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Annual Kyrgyz budget losses from Customs Union entry projected at $60 million

Bishkek (AKIpress) - Annual Kyrgyz budget losses from entry into the Customs Union are projected in the amount of $60 million, analyst Kubat Umurzakov said at the conference on May 13 in Bishkek while presenting the results of SWOT analysis of implications of the country's entry or non-accession into the Customs Union...

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