Archive for the ‘Mongolia’ Category

The Prospects for the China-Mongolia-Russia Economic Corridor

Via The Jamestown Foundation, a report on the prospects for a China-Mongolia-Russia Economic Corridor: Mongolia is a landlocked country with a population of roughly 3.3 million people, bordering on only two nations, China and Russia. The country’s primary exports are largely minerals and raw materials, making trade with countries other than its immediate neighbors difficult. […]

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Mongolia’s Energy Alliance with Russia and China

Via The Diplomat, a look at the Power of Siberia 2 project involvingRussia, Mongolia, and China: Mongolia, geopolitically and physically land-locked between two regional powers — Russia and China — is paving the way to secure an energy alliance. In March 2020, Russian President Vladimir Putin met with Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee […]

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Cerberus: Hunting For Returns In Mongolia

Courtesy of The Wall Street Journal, a report on the private-equity firm’s emerging-markets push which comes as U.S. firms explore so-called frontier markets across Asia and Africa New York-based Cerberus Capital Management LP is in talks to make its first investment in Mongolia as part of a broader push into the world’s riskiest markets. The private-equity firm, which manages $39 […]

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Mongolia: From Bust To Boom

Via Bloomberg, a report on Mongolia: A year after receiving a package of financial aid led by the International Monetary Fund, Mongolia’s mineral-rich economy is making a comeback. But for a nation that swings between boom and bust, the question investors are asking is: how long can it last? Higher commodity prices and resurgent Chinese demand […]

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Mongolia: Seeking A Path To Economic Recovery

Courtesy of The Financial Times, a look at Mongolia: Over the past five years, few other countries have experienced the highs and lows of the global economy as acutely as Mongolia. In 2011 the country was on the radar of virtually every investor interested in Asian emerging markets. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) estimated that […]

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“Minegolia” Aims To Reverse Its Fortunes

Via The Globe & Mail, an article on Mongolia: Chimgee remembers the days people crowded in front of her meat market stall, waiting to buy from her storage locker jammed to the ceiling with beef, goat, sheep, camel and horse carcasses. “It was full, and people would line up here to buy from me,” she […]

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