Rethinking the EU’s ‘prosperity’ agenda in Central Asia

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The EU wants to lay the ground for a more prosperous Central Asia. One potential emerging path for the EU in Central Asia would be to make use of China’s economic power by fostering a favourable business environment while investing in education.

By Nadezhda Tatkalo

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