Tuvshintugs Batdelger, National University of Mongolia In recent years Mongolia has become one of the most rapidly expanding economies in the world. According to the Economist Intelligence Unitit was one of the top performers inwith economic growth of Mongolia is a sparsely populated country with a total population of 2. Mongolia is richly endowed with natural resources.
Signs of slowdown include the weakening of industrial production, profits and revenues. Foreign trade flows will lose some momentum following the escalation of trade tensions.
The slowdown of activity also reflects the cutback of infrastructure investment, as local government debt has been subject to greater scrutiny, though it could rebound following the recent acceleration of debt issuance and announcement of new projects. Monetary conditions are now being eased to support economic activity.
The escalation of trade tensions resulted in a fall of the exchange rate, which was halted by government interventions, and a decline in stock prices.
Fiscal policy will remain supportive to counteract the weakening of growth. Government spending efficiency will benefit from newly introduced comprehensive performance budgeting, but capital allocation efficiency needs to be improved by gradually removing implicit guarantees to state-owned enterprises and other government entities.
Measures introduced recently to lower average tariffs are welcome and should continue alongside further easing of the operation of foreign companies.
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Washington, DC: World Bank. Yusuf, Shahid and Kaoru Nabeshima. The spectacular growth of many economies in East Asia over the past 30 years has amazed the economics profession, which inevitably refers to the success of the so-called Four Tigers of the region (Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore, and Taiwan Province of China) as miraculous.
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