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Contents List of tables Acknowledgements Introduction and summary 1. Political developments Political background Demographic background Economic background The transition to a democratic state A chronology of political developments since 6 June 1993 2. Economic developments Economic planning and reforms: the communist period The transition to a market economy The role of the private sector in the communist period and post-communist privatization Foreign trade in the communist and post-communist periods Foreign aid in the communist and post-communist periods Foreign direct investment in the communist and post-communist periods Agriculture in the communist and post-communist periods Economic performance in the communist period Economic performance in the communist and post-communist periods (including growth, inflation, unemployment, poverty, problems of climate and weather, and pollution) Appendix 1 The Soviet (Stalinist) economic system Appendix 2 General issues in the transition from command to market economies Appendix 3 Bird flu Postscript Bibliography Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Mongolia -- Economic policy.
Mongolia -- Economic conditions.
Mongolia -- Politics and government -- 1992-.