With the dramatic decrease of foreign direct investment (FDI) over the past year or so, Mongolia’s lawmakers have done much – including consulting with various stakeholders – to kick-start the economy. A number of new laws and regulations have been passed in the hope of creating a legal framework that will be more appealing to foreign investors. As may be expected in a fast-growing emerging market, Mongolia’s legal framework – like many other aspects of Mongolian society – is in a constant…
From The Report: Mongolia 2015
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This chapter outlines the Mongolian legal environment, focusing on changes that include a new Investment Law, Petroleum Law and an amendment to the Minerals Law that is expected to boost FDI. It also contains a viewpoint from David Beckstead, Foreign Legal Consultant at Lehman, Lee & Xu.