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Next most severely affected were the Kyrgyz Republic and Kazakhstan where per capita income in PPP terms in 1995 were 49% and 61%, respectively of their 1990 levels. On the other hand, Mongolia and Uzbekistan suffered smaller transitional recessions than the other four countries. Their per capita incomes in PPP terms in 1995 were 79% and 72%, respectively, of their 1990 levels. Uzbekistan’s success in reorienting its main exports (cotton and gold) to economies not part of the former Soviet Union and its determination to become self-sufficient in energy and food grains, which it achieved in 1995 2 With its entry into the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (CMEA) in 1962, Mongolia began to receive substantial agricultural assistance from the Soviet Union and other CMEA member countries.
Beyond Microfinance: Building Inclusive Rural Financial Markets in Central Asia by Mario D. Lamberte, Robert C. Vogel, Roger Thomas Moyes