Mongolia Transport

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Given the significant foreign direct investment needed to achieve its development goals, Mongolia has strong motivation to improve its attractiveness to investors. The government is therefore adjusting its policies, while new laws are expected to gradually reinvigorate foreign investment flows.

Recent visits to Mongolia by Chinese and Russian Presidents, Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin, have cemented deals that may see the mineral-rich country double trade with its neighbours and achieve a wider market reach for its exports through the overhaul and expansion of its ageing rail network.

As roads are being built and related infrastructure is quickly being put into place, Mongolia’s connectivity and logistics are greatly improving. Real investment in transportation has been made in recent years, especially in 2013, and more is expected. In the coming years internal and international travel and cargo delivery are likely to become...

Mongolia’s international gateway is well run but in need of an upgrade. It was designed for a different time and for a different type of travel and will soon be overtaken by events, as Mongolia’s economy expands, as traffic increases and as the country’s international profile evolves. With that in mind, a new airport is being built, one that...

How are policy developments influencing the airline sector moving forward?

Although it may be the least densely populated country in the world, Mongolia’s capital has serious traffic problems. Migration from the provinces to the urban centre and a lack of infrastructure development have left Ulaanbaatar with downtown gridlock throughout the day. It is a city built for 70,000 cars; it now has 150,000. Over the past 20...

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