Independent-minded, incisive and committed to covering the news without bias, The Conway Bulletin has been reporting on Central Asia and the South Caucasus since Sept. 2010.
It is now the top independent minded weekly newspaper for the region. The Bulletin maintains more correspondents and has more experience reporting on Central Asia and the South Caucasus than any other independent regional newspaper.
The Bulletin is now published in two sections — the 6 – 8 page front section which covers political, general and macro-economic news and the 4 page Business News section which covers business and the markets.
The Conway Bulletin’s mission is to provide easy-to-read, relevant and thought-provoking news coverage of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Armenia. It is cost effective, comprehensive and read by major international companies, lawyers, government agencies, embassies, oil and gas firms and banks. The list continues.
Now included with a subscription to the Bulletin is access to the enhanced version of Central Asia’s daily newswire — the Silk Road Intelligencer — and its South Caucasus sister newswire — The Echo.
If you want to understand Central Asia and the South Caucasus, read the Bulletin.
ALMATY. Jan. 22 (The Conway Bulletin) — Guernsey-based Tethys Petroleum said it will seek alternative funding after Kazakhstan-based Olisol missed a payment…
ALMATY — Around 100 people demonstrated in Almaty, Kazakhstan’s financial capital, over the rising cost of servicing US dollar mortgages,…