Tajikistan: Counting the Cost of a Banking Meltdown

Tajik President Emomali Rahmon (center) visits a branch of Agroinvestbank. In December 2016, Agroinvestbank and Tojiksodirotbank were bailed out by the Tajik government, but fears persist that they may still share the fate of Tojprombank and Fononbank that went bankrupt in recent months. (Photo: Agroinvestbank)

Before hanging himself at the beginning of August, 50-year-old Dushanbe resident Hairiddin Kodirov left a suicide note blaming the owner of Tojprombank for his misfortunes.
 

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