Mongolia’s ‘New Revival Policy’: What Opportunities does it Present for the EU?

The end of 2021 saw Mongolia’s State Great Khural (parliament) ratify the ‘New Revival’ policy. As the COVID-19 pandemic led to Mongolia’s largest economic contraction since 1990 (-5.3%), the policy aims to ensure political and macroeconomic stability, accelerate public-private partnerships, create a favourable business environment, further open up the state to foreign and domestic investment, and implement fiscal reforms.

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In-person EIAS Book Launch “Mongolia: Cracks in the Eternal Blue Sky” on 13.04.2022

How potentially rich Mongolia is held back by political mischief and corruption. Can the EU (and GSP+) be of any help? The European Institute for Asian Studies is delighted to invite you to the book launch we are organising in cooperation with Erik Versavel to present his book ‘Mongolia: Cracks in the Eternal Blue Sky‘. The book launch will be an in-person event hosted at the EIAS premises on Wednesday 13 April 2022 from 16:30 to 18:00. The event will include an interactive Q&A session between the panellists and the audience and will be followed by a networking reception.

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