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The Future of Asia 2018

Commodities recovery tests Mongolia's commitment to reform

Senior officials claim progress on financial stability and diversification

From left, Mongolia’s former prime minister, Batbold Sukhbaatar; Deputy Finance Minister Bulgantuya Khurelbaatar; Erdembileg Ochirkhuu, first deputy governor of the central bank; and Zorigt Dashdorj, adviser to the minister of Foreign Affairs, discuss the prospects and potential for the country's economy, on June 12 in Tokyo. (Photo by Taro Yokosawa)

TOKYO -- Mongolia is pressing ahead with economic reforms despite windfalls from a recovery in the price of coal and other key commodities, senior government and regulatory officials said on Tuesday.

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