Economic recovery objectives to be discussed ahead of Mongolian Economic ForumEconomy
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ A meeting of the governing board of the Mongolian Economic Forum NGO was held on March 4. The 2022 Mongolian Economic Forum will take place on April 7-8 to discuss ways to speed up the country’s development. This year, the government plans to organize the forum as part of the New Revival Policy.
The New Revival Policy is a medium term program aimed at strengthening the country’s economic independence through partnerships between public and private sectors and with investors, mitigating the economic impact of the pandemic, eradicating impediments to development, and paving the way for the implementation of Vision 2050 long term development policy.
The Mongolian Economic Forum is where pressing social and economic issues of Mongolia and solutions to them are discussed and common understanding is reached through discussions among foreign and local representatives.
Prior to the forum, each of the six objectives in the New Revival Policy including energy recovery, checkpoint recovery, industrial recovery, rural and urban recovery, green growth recovery, and government productivity recovery, will be discussed at a series of meetings on March 21-29.
Government ministries will organize the meetings among representatives from government and non-government organizations, companies, universities, academic institutes, and international organizations and the recommendations made during those meetings will be discussed at the Mongolian Economic Forum.