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Parliament demands report on 100-day economic plan

The official working group of the MPP in the parliament sent an official letter to the Ministry of Economic Development and Mongol Bank regarding the 100-day plan for economic growth implemented by the government. In the letter, five main issues were raised.
The MPP called for information on budget expenditure reports for the implementation of the 100 Day Plan, organizational and regulatory measures implemented within its framework to support businesses, and its outcome. The letter also demanded a list of businesses that took out loans from the state budget without repayment, the remaining debt balance, reasons for payment delays, and countermeasures being taken, as well as data on foreign direct investment inflow and a report on national debt.
The government implementation of the 100 day plan to intensify the economy will end next Monday, August 18. The program was approved on May 9.

 

Trans. by B.DULGUUN

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1 Comment for “Parliament demands report on 100-day economic plan”

  1. This headline is completely misleading. When a single party makes a demand it is not Parliament regardless of weather it came from a working group of parliament members.

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