Mongolia is crimping its own chances on sovereign bond – opinion

02 Nov 2012

Resource nationalism threatens to dent demand for Mongolia’s anticipated sovereign bond and drive away foreign investors, who are at the forefront of its explosive growth.

Mongolia may have poured cold water over its super-hot economy.

The government is attempting to renegotiate a copper mining contract on a Rio Tinto mine in the Gobi Desert, which if successful, can quickly transform the frontier economy into a vibrant and profitable nation. But protectionist sentiment may ...

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