New president’s drive for reform in Central Asia’s most populous country gets boost from climb of 13 places in ranking.
The original projection was for pricing of 6.125% but a healthy order book for the frontier market debt issue pushed down the return demanded of Ulaanbaatar.
Electorate said to generally approve of tough law-and-order image of Ukhnaagiin Khurelsukh, known for having once punched a fellow MP.
IMF study finds the economies of CEE/CIS countries would benefit disproportionally from a 1°C increase in temperatures while other nations suffer, with Mongolia, Russia and Estonia set to make the largest gains.
Financial assistance programme suspended until new PM and Cabinet are in place and economic policy discussions are held.