Turkmenistan To Make It More Difficult For People To Get Subsidized Food

Turkmenistan To Make It More Difficult For People To Get Subsidized Food Turkmenistan has increasingly limited its citizens' access to state-owned grocery shops that offer essential foodstuffs at subsidized prices, up to 10 times cheaper than in private stores.

The latest move is expected to negatively affect millions of people in the energy-rich yet impoverished country.The number of Turkmen migrant workers abroad is thought to be around 1 million, most of them working in Turkey.

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