Mongolia Construction

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New production capacity in Mongolia’s cement industry is set to meet rising demand as advanced technology is replacing old equipment, moving towards self sufficiency in one of the key materials in the construction trade.

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The rapid expansion of Mongolia’s economy in recent years has fuelled rising per-capita incomes and, consequently, steadily increasing demand for high-quality real estate of all types. Supply in most segments, meanwhile, has remained fairly limited, which has contributed to demand-driven increases in rents and sales prices, particularly since...

In recent years Mongolia’s commercial real estate segment has seen rising rents and expanding levels of international participation, in line with steadily increasing per-capita incomes. In Ulaanbaatar a handful of new grade-A mixed-use buildings have been completed, including, perhaps most notably, Central Tower, which opened for business in...

In June 2013 the Bank of Mongolia (BoM), the country’s central bank, introduced a new mortgage scheme, which is widely expected to boost home ownership rates substantially in the coming years. Under the new framework interest rates on mortgages for qualifying buyers have been set at a fixed rate of 8%, plus or minus one point depending on...

What can be done to address the current seasonality of Mongolia’s construction sector?

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