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Mongolian and South Korean foreign investment regulations

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Frame of Image Mongolia Investment Law Regulations Ⅸ. Conclusion
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Despite world stagnation in FDI, interest in Mongolia by foreign investors, especially those from East Asia and North America, has grown over the last few years, mainly in mining, trade and service sectors. The increase of FDI into Mongolia can be linked with the Mongolian Government’s efforts to establish a more favorable external and internal legal environment in order to provide a free and open regime for business, the signing tendency of world market center from
Sodnom Doljin is a foreign attorney at Sewha Park & Goo, Seoul, Korea, specializing in foreign investment. She received her B.A. and M.A. in law from National University of Mongolia and is a Ph.D. candidate in international law at Soongsil University. She is admitted to practice in Mongolia. ** Kent Wong is a foreign attorney at Sewha Park & Goo, Seoul, Korea, specializing in banking and finance, securities and foreign investment. He received his LL.B. from Victoria University of Wellington and an LL.M. from University of Minnesota Law School. He is admitted to practice in New Zealand and Australia.
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Asia Law Review
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traditional Europe, America to Asia, namely to China, resolving the “beg debt” issue between Mongolia and Russian Federation which opened new favorable opportunities for the intensification of foreign investment inflows, increased domestic private savings and lastly, Mongolia’s steady growth rate in GDP during the l


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Title Mongolian and South Korean foreign investment regulations
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Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Doljin, Sodnom; Wong, Kent

Publisher

[Seoul]:Korea Legislation Research Institute

Date 2008-06
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Asia Law Review:vol. 5
Pages 31
Subject Country Mongolia(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Economy < Direct Investment
Government and Law < Laws and Legislation
Holding KLRI; KDI School

Abstract

Despite world stagnation in FDI, interest in Mongolia by foreign investors, especially those from East Asia and North America, has grown over the last few years, mainly in mining, trade and service sectors. The increase of FDI into Mongolia can be linked with the Mongolian Government’s efforts to establish a more favorable external and internal legal environment in order to provide a free and open regime for business, the signing tendency of world market center from traditional Europe, America to Asia, namely to China, resolving the “beg debt” issue between Mongolia and Russian Federation which opened new favorable opportunities for the intensification of foreign investment inflows, increased domestic private savings and lastly, Mongolia’s steady growth rate in GDP during the last few years. (The rest omitted)