U.S. AND CANADA INTERESTS IN MONGOLIAN ECONOMY
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U.S. AND CANADA INTERESTS IN MONGOLIAN ECONOMY
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S268667300000617-8-1
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55-66
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Gromova A.V. U.S. and Canada Interests in Mongolian Economy 55 The article is dedicated to the social-economic cooperation of the USA and Canada with Mongolia during the turbulence period of transition to the market economy for more than twenty years of post-communist era. The USA and Canada accomplished many projects of Official Development Assistance to this land-locked country of the North-East Asia. Since 1991 Washington is the main director of “donor's orchestra” and is proved to be one of the main donor of Mongolian people. As to trade-economic relations the Government of Mongolia considers the USA to be the “third neighbor” after Russia and China.
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01.11.2013
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