Mongolia’s economic growth set to continue in 2019
The Mongolian economy is on track to exceed previous growth estimates for 2019, according to data from the Asian Development Bank.
A new report from Mongolian Properties indicates the ADB has been forced to revise its growth estimates following the economy’s strong performance in 2018.
It is now expected to achieve a gross domestic product growth of 6.1 percent, instead of the 4.3 percent that was initially forecast by the Asian Development Outlook.
Mongolian Porperties digital marketing and research development analyst Namy said the updated figures were a testament to the economy’s resurgence throughout the past couple of years.
Mongolia’s international relations were put on the agenda last year, as the Prime Minister visited the US. Namy said the diplomatic initiatives of the government reflected a “coherent, coordinated triumvirate forwarding the interests of Mongolia the country”.
“Engagement with Mongolia’s most important trade and investment partners has recently accelerated with countries including the US, China, Japan, Korea, Russia, UK and the European Union, all of which are in discussions regarding economic cooperation and investment,” she said.