Central and Eastern Europe faces a demographic catastrophe in the coming decades that will see Central Asia pull ahead of the eastern EU member states in population terms by the end of the century.
As indications grow that an easing of the trade war between the US and China is imminent, export-dependent Mongolia can expect to avoid damage to its GDP growth that would have followed a worsening of the conflict.
Mongolian consumer price inflation was recorded at 7.3% y/y in January, according to latest national statistics office data. In monthly terms, inflation grew slightly by 0.6% in the first month.
Mongolia’s economy grew by 6.9% y/y in 2018, up from the 5.1% growth recorded in 2017 -- much better than expected
Turkey’s decline alarming on a five-year view. Armenia only bright light across whole region.