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Robbins Adam B., Smith GregoryFeb 01, 2014

Mongolia is currently experiencing a rapid economic transformation generated by vast mineral discoveries. Starting in the past decade, a boom in mining exploration confirmed the existence of large mineral ...

Working Paper
Shiilegmaa Altantsetseg, Gombosuren Khandtsooj, Batsuuri Davaadalai, Lee Taehyun, Goh ChorchingNov 05, 2013

In 2013, the Mongolian economy is expected to maintain double digit growth due to the start of copper production of the Oyu Tolgoi (OT) mine and expansionary economic policies. Yet, the economy is facing a ...

Working Paper
Zottel Siegfried, Perotti Valeria, Heidelk TillmannAug 01, 2013

Financial capability has become a priority for policy makers seeking to promote beneficial financial inclusion and to ensure financial stability and functioning financial markets. At the request of the Ministry...

Working Paper
Smith Gregory, Lee Tae HyunMay 09, 2013

This policy note is motivated by a recent international conference hosted by the Mongolian Ministry of Finance and the World Bank in Ulaanbaatar on 20-21 March 2013. International guests joined Mongolian ...

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Shiilegmaa Altantsetseg; Gombosuren Khandtsooj; Smith GregoryApr 01, 2013

In 2012, Mongolia's economy continued to experience a high growth rate of 12.3 percent. This growth rate was however lower than anticipated as Mongolia saw its coal exports drop significantly due to China's...

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The report examines development trends in the Southern Gobi Region as they affect livestock and wildlife. Read More »

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The report provides major findings of a stakeholder mapping analysis on fiscal reform and decentralization of Mongolia. Read More »