Mongolia nudges China to increase investments – this time not just in mining, but how about goats, too?

  • China
  • Sunday, 28 May 2023


Mongolia wants its biggest source of capital, China, to invest more in agriculture and tourism as the northeast Asian country tries to diversify its economy away from mining, an economic affairs official told the Post.

The largely impoverished country of just 3.4 million people has opened its doors wider to foreign investment in livestock – a critical asset in the world’s biggest landlocked country spanning an area bigger than western Europe.

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