Tag: Mongolia

Weekly Recap
Chris MacIntosh

DM Me If You’re A Dwarf

Isht You Wouldn’t Believe Last week was “Nazi pride week” in Mongolia. Pic taken on the steps of parliament. No kidding! When I first visited Ulaanbaatar, I was puzzled at the Nazi bars. Seemed sort of like a theme bar — kinda like you’d expect maybe a weird vampire themed

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Question Everything
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Chris MacIntosh

It’s Q and A Time!

We’ve received quite a few emails from many of you over the past few weeks. I’ll answer some of the questions you’ve had and touch upon your comments here as I think they might be relevant for the others to read about. Let’s just dive right into it, shall we? Question: Dear

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Mongolia
Podcast
Chris MacIntosh

Mongolia – Finding Its Feet Again

Frontier markets and volatility go together like bacon and eggs. Bursting with energy, chaotic and often smelly they lurch about like a young calf finding its legs. Mongolia could quite aptly be seen to be such a calf. Sometimes the calf lurches about and remains standing. Sometimes it falls over.

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Yes, Colombia! A Country in our Radar

One of the reasons I spend a lot of time in New Zealand, whilst having grown up in South Africa, apart from the breathtaking beauty and unbelievable lifestyle, is that South Africa completely blows New Zealand away when it comes to crime (pun intended). Crime clogs the economic pipelines of

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The Case for Frontier Farmland

The following content is provided courtesy of our colleague Scott.  As Scott is passionate about the case for investment in frontier agriculture – a point in which we share much common ground – we asked him to share some of his insight. [hr] Last week I had lunch with an

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