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Mongolia Economic Update – December, 2014

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KEY FINDINGS

The Mongolian economy is facing challenges from persistent economic imbalances

  • In 2014, economic growth slowed as it began to adjust to unsustainable economic imbalances.
  • Economic growth is likely to continue to soften in 2015 as the economy remains under pressure from the external imbalance and high inflation.

External and financial vulnerabilities are growing

  • The external situation may become more vulnerable over time in the wake of large external debt repayments scheduled for 2017-18.
  • Deteriorating bank asset quality calls for heightened vigilance.

Priority now is to address the growing external risks

  • Economic policy needs to focus on addressing growing external vulnerabilities with tighter macro-economic policies and reviving foreign investment into the economy.

Some welcome steps were taken but further actions are needed

  • Monetary and fiscal policy became tighter.
  • Further policy adjustment is necessary.

Strong resolve of the new Government to address economic challenges is encouraging

  • The Government led the by the new Prime Minister with a grand collation of parties has been showing its resolve to address economic difficulties.

Economic Policy Framework

  • Macroeconomic policy needs to be tightened.
  • Strengthen prudential supervision and monitoring of the banking system.
  • Reviving foreign investment is critical to mitigate the external vulnerabilities.
SOURCE: World Bank




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