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After 10 years of a mining-led economic boom, many Mongolians still struggle to make ends meet.   © Rentsendorj Bazarsukh
The Big Story

Mongolia's missing millions: What happened to a decadelong mining boom

Striking it rich with huge mineral deposits. What could go wrong?

KHALIUN BAYARTSOGT, Contributing writer | Mongolia

ULAANBAATAR -- Located just steps from downtown London landmarks like Harrods department store and Hyde Park, The Knightsbridge Apartments, a luxury residential building in the eponymous upscale central London neighborhood, advertises itself as "private homes enjoying levels of service and facilities to rival any five-star hotel."

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