Czech companies have secured contracts in Mongolia to the tune of four billion crowns, the Czech Trade and Industry Ministry reported at the end of a four day business mission to the country. The contracts signed are traditionally in the field of infrastructure as well as construction of heating plants, sewage and water facilities. Mongolia, now one of the region’s fastest growing economies, is a traditional Czech business partner with ties dating back to the mid-20th century.
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