Members of the Kyrgyz armed forces line up in Ala-Too Square in Bishkek on Saturday after a state of emergency was declared and the military called in. Photo: Reuters Members of the Kyrgyz armed forces line up in Ala-Too Square in Bishkek on Saturday after a state of emergency was declared and the military called in. Photo: Reuters
Members of the Kyrgyz armed forces line up in Ala-Too Square in Bishkek on Saturday after a state of emergency was declared and the military called in. Photo: Reuters

Kyrgyzstan unrest may scare off future Chinese and other foreign investors, analysts say

  • China has in the past been the biggest investor in the Central Asian nation, but economic ties have cooled
  • The country is deep in a political crisis triggered by a contested parliamentary election on October 4

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Members of the Kyrgyz armed forces line up in Ala-Too Square in Bishkek on Saturday after a state of emergency was declared and the military called in. Photo: Reuters Members of the Kyrgyz armed forces line up in Ala-Too Square in Bishkek on Saturday after a state of emergency was declared and the military called in. Photo: Reuters
Members of the Kyrgyz armed forces line up in Ala-Too Square in Bishkek on Saturday after a state of emergency was declared and the military called in. Photo: Reuters
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