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The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)-based Comprehensive National Development Strategy of Mongolia

Parliament of Mongolia Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Mongolia 12 February 2008 Policy document millennium development goal

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The objective of the MDG-based Comprehensive National
Development Strategy of Mongolia is to protect and strengthen Mongolia’s
sovereignty, and develop it into a middle income country through achieving
its Millennium Development Goals attaching high priority to promoting private
sector-led dynamic economic growth, human development in Mongolia
including education, healthcare, as well as sustainable development of
science, technology and environment, strengthening intellectual development
and human capacity; creating a knowledge-based economy sustained by
high technology, which respects environmentally friendly production and
services; fostering a democratic system of governance, which serves its
citizens, protects human rights and freedoms, and is free from corruption and
red tape.

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