The Mongolia Country Program Strategy 2006-2008 includes as the financial sector
outcome "sound financial system with improved efficiency and outreach and improved access to financial services." The 2008-2010 Mongolia Country Operational Business Plan states that advisory TA is expected to address institutional strengthening and efficiency of public service delivery, and that efforts will be made to supplement the non-lending program with co-financing.
The proposed R-PATA will enable the implementation of a regulatory system for mobile telephone-based financial services which will facilitate both competition and transformational market behavior to expand financial services to poorer households, particularly in rural areas.
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