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Mainbayar Badarch

Mainbayar Badarch writes on the latest developments in the Mongolian processed food industry. He graduated from the National University of Mongolia, majoring in finance and economics in 2001, and worked as a consultant at the Mongolian Ministry of Finance from 2011-14.
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