Private Sector Development in NEA

International Conference
Private Sector Development in North East Asia: Issues and Challenges

The Mongolian Development Research Center (MDRC) organized an international workshop entitled "Private Sector Development in North East Asia: Issues and Challenges" on 14-15 March 2005 in Chinggis Khaan Hotel, Ulaanbaatar . The conference was conducted within the framework of the project “Role of Mongolia for Peaceful and Stable Development of Northeast Asia/Phase II” funded by the Sasakawa Peace Foundation, Japan.

The main focus of the Workshop was given on private sector development in Mongolia and Northeast Asian (NEA) countries was attended by economic researchers and entrepreneurs from Japan, South Korea, China, Russia, Kazakhstan and Mongolia. During the two days of the conference, the participants had opportunity to exchange their views on theoretical and practical issues of private sector development issues in North East Asia.

The most interesting presentations of the conference were “ International Interdependency of Mongolia in Northeast Asia: An international Input-Output Analytical Approach” by Prof. Sumio Kuribayashi, Tokyo International University, "Lessons of Korean Economic Development and Northeast Asia Economic Cooperation" by Dr."Russian Economy: Transition years and Present challenges" by G.I. Senchenya, Center for Strategic Research, Russian Federation, “Private sector development in Kazakhstan and NEA countries” by Dr.John Leonard, Kazakhstan Institute of Management, Economics, & Strategic Research (KIMEP), and “Mongolian Private Sector Development” by D. Zorigt and B. Tsedendamba, Department Heads, Ministry of Trade and Industry , Mongolia . The above and other topics (see attached Conference Agenda) discussed at the conference provided the audience with opportunity to compare realities of North East Asian countries beginning from overall state policies on private sector to policies toward particular industries as well.

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