Mongolia government seeks IMF financial support

Five years ago, Mongolia was one of the world’s fastest growing economies thanks to exports of copper and gold. But that all came undone when commodity prices crashed. Now Mongolia is turning to the International Monetary Fund for help.

    Mongolia government seeks IMF financial support

    Five years ago, Mongolia was one of the world’s fastest growing economies thanks to exports of copper and gold.

    But that all came undone when commodity prices crashed.

    Now Mongolia is turning to the International Monetary Fund for help.

    Al Jazeera's Pearly Jacob reports from the capital, Ulaanbaatar.


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