02 Nov, 23

Kazakh Fuel Export Ban Triggers Crisis In Tajikistan

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In the second-largest Tajik city, taxi drivers are complaining of a slowdown in trade as their customers struggle to pay the higher fares linked to a sudden car-fuel shortage that is putting pressure on food prices. “Fuel prices have gone up, but we need to work and earn a living. It’s hard for passengers to endure,” a Khujand-based taxi driver told RFE/RL’s Tajik Service.“We propose the [new] fare to the passenger. If he agrees to the proposed amount, good; if not, then we part ways,” he said.The story was the same…

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