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Posted 09 December 2007 - 03:23 PM

Tajikistan was the poorest country in Central Asia as well in the former Soviet Union following a civil war after it became independent in 1991. With foreign revenue precariously dependent upon exports of cotton and aluminum, the economy is highly vulnerable to external shocks. In FY 2000, international assistance remained an essential source of support for rehabilitation programs that reintegrated former civil war combatants into the civilian economy, thus helping keep the peace. International assistance also was necessary to address the second year of severe drought that resulted in a continued shortfall of food production. On August 21, 2001, the Red Cross announced that a famine was striking Tajikistan, and called for international aid for Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. Tajikistan's economy grew substantially after the war. The GDP of Tajikistan expanded at an average rate of 9.6% over the period of 2000-2004 according to the World Bank data. This improved Tajikistan's position among other Central Asian countries (namely Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan), which seem to have degraded economically ever since.[2] Tajikistan is an active member of the Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO).

The recently completed Anzab tunnel which connects the previously hard to access Northern part of the country to the capital Dushanbe has been labeled as part of the new Silk Road. It is part of a road under construction that will connect Tajikistan to Iran and the Persian Gulf through Afghanistan.

A new bridge between Afghanistan and Tajikistan has been built which will help the country have access to trade lines with South Asia. The bridge was built by the United States.[3]

Drug trafficking is a major source of income in Tajikistan[4] as it is an important transit country for Afghan narcotics bound for Russian and, to a lesser extent, Western European markets; some opium poppy is also raised locally for the domestic market. Tajikistan holds the third place in the world for heroin and raw opium confiscations[5] (1216.3 kg of heroine and 267.8 kg of raw opium in the first half of 2006[6]). Drug money corrupts the country's government; according to some experts the well-known personalities that fought on both sides of the civil war and have held the positions in the government after the armistice was signed are now involved in the drug trade.[4] UNODC is working with Tajikistan to strengthen border crossings, provide training, and set up joint interdiction teams. It also helped to establish Tajikistani Drug Control Agency.[7]

The avarage of salary amounts 140. Tajikistan is also part of LLDC(Landlocked Developing Countries) and LDC(Least Developed Countries). 62.7% of the pop. are working on the lands and the rest belong to the BIP. Mineral resources oil, gas and lignite.

Goverment spending:
Healthcare 2%
Education 3%
Military 17%

how comes? Tajikistan equip it
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Posted 09 December 2007 - 11:20 PM

Tajikistan never equipped it's army with the help of China as far as I know. It always uses Russia's help... Recently when Russian 201 Army left Tajikistan it also left all weapons...which made Tajikistan one of the leading army power in the region which of course scared Uzbekistan :)
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Posted 11 December 2007 - 02:10 PM

that are bad news. Tajikistan should investing more on health-care and education than on military. I read somewhere Tajikistan is training it
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Posted 16 December 2007 - 04:42 PM

[quote=TajMahal;3855]that are bad news. Tajikistan should investing more on health-care and education than on military. I read somewhere Tajikistan is training it
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Posted 22 December 2007 - 05:35 PM

We need a strong army and strong economy, around us so many stronger countries who may want to influence or control us. Very soon central asia will face water crises, uzbakistan may try to create instability in Tajikistan in order to bring more agreeable regime in power and having srong army will be in our advantage.I think that the government in Taj. they realise these and therefore they trying to strenthen the army as they can. The russian arms given to Tajikistan are not that new, thouse are left over from late 80 of last century. We need more 21 century arms. Our militarisation is not for the purpouse of invasion, but for us to survive in this very volatile region.
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Posted 22 December 2007 - 06:11 PM

Tajiks need to get wild and war-like for the next 50 years than im sure we can wipe out even Aughans. Usbeks are nothing.
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Posted 22 December 2007 - 11:45 PM

don't be that naive uzbakistan is no less dangerouse then pashtuns. Uzbaks and pashtuns are our main anemies in the region.Farsivans must unite, because we don't have other choice, united we are stronger.The first of all economically, the north and west figanistan must be in total control of farsivans, it will create a corridor of stability which can connect three farsi speaking countries and it will open the way to the major ports of Iran. The stability of this corridor is very important, we have to be able to protect it militarily from anykind of intervention from outside, it must belong only to us farsivans and no one else.
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Posted 22 December 2007 - 11:48 PM

Landlocked we are in big trouble........
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Posted 25 December 2007 - 11:01 PM

Right on ! A corridor of progress and stability is needed in these parts to allow the Persian speaking countries to be connected to each other, and hopefully see much faster progress in these areas, so that the Persian-speaking people of the Eastern Iranian lands can once again regain their pride and power.
[quote=zolizar;4171]don't be that naive uzbakistan is no less dangerouse then pashtuns. Uzbaks and pashtuns are our main anemies in the region.Farsivans must unite, because we don't have other choice, united we are stronger.The first of all economically, the north and west figanistan must be in total control of farsivans, it will create a corridor of stability which can connect three farsi speaking countries and it will open the way to the major ports of Iran. The stability of this corridor is very important, we have to be able to protect it militarily from anykind of intervention from outside, it must belong only to us farsivans and no one else.[/quote]
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