GlobalAtlanta: Mongolia a ‘Battlefield’ for Business Methods

When Mongolia moved to a free-market economy in the early 1990s, it was a revolutionary shift. For about seven decades, the country employed (endured?) the economic policies of the Soviet Union, its patron and closest partner. The fall of the Iron Curtain left a vacuum now being filled by a thriving, peaceful democracy, but shaking off the legacy of a planned economy has proven tough. Some building codes are still written in Russian, parliament and business often seem to be at odds and red tape has been persistent. To read the full article, click hereMongolia a ‘Battlefield’ for Business Methods

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