A dozen time zones away from the United States; about 5,000 km from London or Tokyo; neighboring with Russia, Iran, Afghanistan and China — to many, Central Asia may seem like one of the most remote places to do business with. Yet three decades after emerging from the ruins of the USSR, some countries in the region are eager to assert themselves on the global tech map — and the transformations they are now witnessing could put them on the right track.

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