By Mario D. Lamberte, Robert C. Vogel, Roger Thomas Moyes
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Central planning, stateownership of property, and collectivization of agriculture were imposed in these countries. All six played a similar role in the centrally planned Soviet economy as suppliers of primary products— such as cotton, energy products, and minerals—to other republics in the Soviet Union. Mongolia also supplied local services to untold numbers of Russian troops stationed along its border with China. Transport, pipeline, and communications facilities supported the trade flows in the centrally planned Soviet economy.
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Beyond Microfinance: Building Inclusive Rural Financial Markets in Central Asia by Mario D. Lamberte, Robert C. Vogel, Roger Thomas Moyes