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MF’s Mongolia Deal Comes With Plan to Avoid Boom-Bust-Bailout

[Нийтэлсэн: 29.05.2017] [Эх сурвалж: ]

The International Monetary Fund approved a loan package of $434 million to Mongolia on Thursday to support an economy recovering from weak commodity prices and low foreign investment.

IMF approves $5.5 billion bailout package for Mongolia

[Нийтэлсэн: 26.05.2017] [Эх сурвалж: ]

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Thursday it approved a total financial package worth around $5.5 billion (4.2 billion pounds) to help support cash-strapped Mongolia’s efforts to diversify its small and resource-dependent economy.

Mongolia Bows to Pressure From IMF, Mining Majors

[Нийтэлсэн: 25.05.2017] [Эх сурвалж: ]

Multinational mining companies are ready to return to Mongolia in a big way now that the country has opened up vast new lands for exploration and eased regulatory and tax burdens for foreign investors.

Mongolia says it grows 4.2 pct y/y in Q1, lifted by higher coal prices

[Нийтэлсэн: 17.05.2017] [Эх сурвалж: ]

May 16 Mongolia’s economy, which grew only 1 percent in 2016, expanded 4.2 percent in the first quarter from a year earlier, buoyed by the coal sector’s turnaround, government data showed on Tuesday.

IMF delays Mongolia bailout due to banking requirements for foreign firms

[Нийтэлсэн: 04.05.2017] [Эх сурвалж: ]

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has postponed a $5.5 billion bailout for Mongolia because of a measure included in the country’s 2017 budget that forces foreign firms to bank with domestic institutions, the IMF’s country representative said.

Mongolia Clears Hurdles Needed for $5.5 Billion IMF-Led Bailout

[Нийтэлсэн: 21.04.2017] [Эх сурвалж: ]

Mongolia has fulfilled prerequisites from the International Monetary Fund to receive a $5.5-billion bailout and is expected to receive an initial tranche of cash at the end of this month.

IMF Grants Mongolia $440 Million Loan as Part of $5.5b Bailout

[Нийтэлсэн: 19.02.2017] [Эх сурвалж: ]

Mongolia reached an initial agreement with the International Monetary Fund for a three-year program that includes an $440 million loan package as part of a $5.5 billion bailout to help the north Asian country with looming debt repayments.

Mongolia agrees economic bailout plan worth $5.5 billion with IMF, other partners

[Нийтэлсэн: 19.02.2017] [Эх сурвалж: ]

Mongolia has agreed with the International Monetary Fund and other partners for a $5.5 billion economic stabilization package, according to a statement from the IMF on Sunday.

Mongolian citizens offer cash, jewellery, horses to pay off gov’t debt

[Нийтэлсэн: 02.02.2017] [Эх сурвалж: ]

Private citizens in Mongolia are donating cash, jewellery, gold and even horses to help the government make a near $600 million payment to bondholders next month.

Mongolia Faces Economic Winter

[Нийтэлсэн: 28.12.2016] [Эх сурвалж: ]

Mongolia is in the depths of an unusually harsh winter that is decimating livestock and sending temperatures to minus 56 degrees Celsius. But an economic winter has also hit people like factory owner Jargalsaikhan.

Once booming Mongolia facing an economic crisis

[Нийтэлсэн: 27.12.2016] [Эх сурвалж: ]

Mongolia is in the depths of an unusually harsh winter that is decimating livestock and sending temperatures to minus 56 degrees Celsius. But an economic winter has also hit people like factory owner Jargalsaikhan.

Mongolia may default in 2017 without urgent foreign funding, warns Eurasia

[Нийтэлсэн: 22.12.2016] [Эх сурвалж: ]

A political snafu with the world’s second-largest economy is no light matter for any country but for troubled Mongolia, it could mean a potential sovereign default.

Chinese media says Mongolia’s call to India for help ‘politically harebrained’

[Нийтэлсэн: 10.12.2016] [Эх сурвалж: ]

Mongolia’s decision to seek India’s help in negating China’s trade blockade following Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama’s visit to Ulaanbaatar is a “politically harebrained” move that will only complicate the situation, the Chinese state media said on Friday.

Moody’s says sharp deterioration in fiscal, external positions underpin Mongolia’s Caa1 rating

[Нийтэлсэн: 08.12.2016] [Эх сурвалж: ]

Moody’s says sharp deterioration in fiscal and external position underpin Mongolia’s Caa1 rating, despite strong medium-term growth potential

Moody’s: Mongolian banks’ 3Q results show credit growth, but economic headwinds persist

[Нийтэлсэн: 07.12.2016] [Эх сурвалж: ]

Moody’s Investors Service says that the operating environment for Mongolian banks remains challenging, despite some signs of stabilizing credit growth in their 3Q 2016 results.

Fitch Downgrades Mongolia to ‘B-’; Outlook Stable

[Нийтэлсэн: 22.11.2016] [Эх сурвалж: ]

Fitch Ratings has downgraded Mongolia’s Long-Term Foreign- and Local-Currency Issuer Default Ratings (IDRs) to ‘B-’ from ‘B’. The Outlooks are Stable. The issue ratings on Mongolia’s senior unsecured foreign-currency bonds have also been downgraded to ‘B-’ from ‘B’.

Moody’s downgrades Development Bank of Mongolia’s rating to Caa1 from B3

[Нийтэлсэн: 22.11.2016] [Эх сурвалж: ]

Moody’s downgrades development bank of mongolia’s rating to caa1 from b3; changes outlook to stable

Mongolia Rating Cut as Moody’s Expects Elevated Debt Burden

[Нийтэлсэн: 22.11.2016] [Эх сурвалж: ]

Mongolia’s debt rating was downgraded by Moody’s Investors Service as there is “heightened uncertainty” over the government’s ability to meet its debt service obligations over the next two years and an expectation that the debt will increase.

Mongolia’s economy shrinks in first nine months as it discusses bail-outs

[Нийтэлсэн: 16.11.2016] [Эх сурвалж: ]

Mongolia’s economy shrunk in the first nine months of the year, stoking concern annual growth could contract for the first time since the global financial crisis while it weighs bail-out options from agencies such as the IMF and partner countries.

Mongolia Will ‘Walk the Walk’ to Revive Economy in Crisis

[Нийтэлсэн: 15.11.2016] [Эх сурвалж: ]

In the face of the current crisis, Mongolia cut spending and requested support from the IMF. To turn the economy around, the new government aims to lure foreign money to pay for stalled infrastructure and mining projects.

Mongolian Officials Back IMF Program Amid Widening Budget Gap

[Нийтэлсэн: 12.11.2016] [Эх сурвалж: ]

With the currency hitting record lows and the budget deficit worsening, senior Mongolian officials said they support an assistance program from the International Monetary Fund.

Statement at the Conclusion of the IMF Mission to Mongolia

[Нийтэлсэн: 06.11.2016] [Эх сурвалж: ]

An International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission led by Mr. Koshy Mathai visited Ulaanbaatar during October 24–November 4, 2016. Mr. Neil Saker, the IMF’s Resident Representative in Mongolia, issued the following statement at the conclusion of the visit:

ERBD: GDP Mongolia -1.6% (2017)

[Нийтэлсэн: 04.11.2016] [Эх сурвалж: ]

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development has warned of a potentially “scary” economic hit to its bloc of countries if Britain’s exit from the European Union goes badly and fuels a backlash against market economy reform.

A wrong direction in the steppe

[Нийтэлсэн: 29.10.2016] [Эх сурвалж: ]

The government turns to the IMF for the second time in seven years

No stopping insane coal price rally

[Нийтэлсэн: 25.10.2016] [Эх сурвалж: ]

The price of both thermal and coking coal gained again on Monday with the Australian export benchmark shrugging off news that Beijing will further relax restrictions on some domestic miners to meet winter demand.

Mongolia succumbs to the ‘resource curse’

[Нийтэлсэн: 18.10.2016] [Эх сурвалж: ]

At the end of September Mongolia’s Prime Minister Erdenebat Jargaltulga announced that his country would be seeking IMF assistance to help stem its continuing economic woes. This plea for help finally confirmed what many suspected: Mongolia has succumbed to the dreaded ‘resource curse’. On the surface level the idea of a resource curse seems to [...]

Mongolian PM on mission to halve budget deficit ratio to 9%

[Нийтэлсэн: 17.10.2016] [Эх сурвалж: ]

Mongolian Prime Minister Jargaltulga Erdenebat aims to slash his government’s budget deficit for fiscal 2017 in half, as a percentage of gross domestic product.

What the IMF’s return means for Mongolia

[Нийтэлсэн: 14.10.2016] [Эх сурвалж: ]

The story of Mongolia’s relationship with the International Monetary Fund is a tale of geopolitics, local greed, mismanagement and uneasy ties with Chinese and Western investors. The return of the IMF to Ulaanbaatar is a harsh wake-up call for Mongolians and investors alike.



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