The Caucasus and Central Asia have halved undernourishment levels since the transition from a state economy to a market economy, according to the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations.
While many commodity investors believe the future of the global coal industry is looking increasingly bleak, one of Mongolia's biggest foreign investors is determined to expand a coalmine in the country.
July 27, 2015
- Ben Aris in Moscow and Nick Allen in Berlin
As Electric Yerevan showed, governments throughout Central and Eastern Europe and Eurasia will face the risk of social and political unrest when they move to compel their citizens to pay market rates for electricity.