The ADB strategy for Mongolia identifies the underdeveloped transport network and inefficient cross-border transport as major transport sector issues. The regional cooperation strategy and program update for Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation identifies transport as a strategically important priority, and a key intervention for possible ADB assistance. The sector assistance program evaluation also identified transport as a key area for future support.
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