The Tokyo Times: Mongolia and Japan to enter trade partnership

Development of natural resources and infrastructure is the main goal of the first bilateral free trade agreement eyed by Mongolia. The counterpart in the agreement will be Japan, which has maintained diplomatic ties with Mongolia in the last 40 years. Japan is interested in cooperating with Mongolia as the fast-growing north Asian economy grew by 17.3 percent last year and it has no other similar international agreements signed. Mongolia is enjoying rich resources of coal, uranium, copper and rare minerals. To read the full article, click hereMongolia and Japan to enter trade partnership

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