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Central Asia Map for PowerPoint and Google Slides

Central Asia Map for PowerPoint and Google Slides

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(18 Editable Slides)

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As its name specifies, Central Asia depicts the region which comprises of 5 countries in specific. The template has 15 completely editable PowerPoint slides which represent the region in a brilliant manner with the help of graphical maps, which mark the boundaries of each of these 5 nations.

Discussion of the geographic, demographic, cultural, economic and ethnic aspects of the Central Asian region can be carried out with this template set. Multi-color markings, text boxes, and other graphics have been embedded in accordance to the general requirements of a presentation. Our professionals have taken into account your convenience in designing the presentation, so that you have to put in less effort in manipulating the slides.

All the features of the slide are resizable and customizable. Whether you plan to give a presentation on any business prospective in the region, or a general presentation highlighting the features of the central Asian region, you will find this set useful. Collect your data and imbibe it in this template set to get an amazing presentation as the output.

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The region which includes the 5 countries of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan are collectively called as Central Asia. This region has comparatively less importance on the world wide perspective because these are amongst several underdeveloped and agitated nations. This region is home to about 2% of Asia's population and the region has a relatively low population density as compared to the rest of Asia. All these countries in this region have gained independence within a couple of decades and are on the way towards socio-economic development and stability.

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