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large-scale enterprises. The ground was also laid for the privatization of agriculture through land-lease programs and the phasing out of state orders, although privatization of agricultural services fell behind. Legal and regulatory reforms, on the other hand, proceeded in piecemeal fashion, with only Kazakhstan and the Kyrgyz Republic undertaking more in-depth reforms of their civil codes. Future challenges The slowest reformers in this group—Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan—will need to switch from crisis management to policies designed to contain macroeconomic

Emine Gürgen

orders, although privatization of agricultural services fell behind. Legal and regulatory reforms, on the other hand, proceeded in piecemeal fashion, with only Kazakhstan and, more notably, the Kyrgyz Republic undertaking more in-depth reforms of their civil codes. All five countries passed bankruptcy laws at the outset of transition to liquidate persistently loss-making enterprises, although these laws were not rigorously implemented. They also enacted a series of laws to level the playing field for small and large enterprises and to promote competition. Nevertheless

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