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May 28, 1999

Free higher education in Kazakstan will come to an end this semester, due to swingeing cuts in funding. From September students will have to pay tuition fees of $700-1,000 a year. Interest-free loans, repayable after graduates find work, will - it is promised - be available for those who cannot afford to pay.

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