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A Study on Logistics Development in Mongolia
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 Title & Authors
A Study on Logistics Development in Mongolia
Boldbaatar, Tumenjargal; Yoon, Daeg-Wun;
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 Abstract
This study aims to present about current status of logistics in Mongolia. As a landlocked country have limited the role of a maritime transportation is a very poor country. However, Mongolia is a rich country in mineral resources in the world and became a center of increasing international trade. Therefore, Mongolia wants to develop logistics as other developed countries using a strategic location. Mongolia uses international port for transit China and Russia by railway. First, this paper focuses on discussing the current situation of logistics. Second it points out some issues currently facing by the governmental policy to promote. Finally, this paper presents some recommendations for developing logistics in Mongolia. The geographical remoteness of Mongolia which results in high cost of transport causes problems for trade relations with the rest of the world to grow.
 Keywords
Development;Landlocked;Maritime Transportation;Mongolia;Logistics;
 Language
English
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