Mongolia - Trade AgreementsMongolia - Trade Agreements
The U.S.-Mongolia Agreement on Transparency in Matters Related to International Trade and Investment, or Transparency Agreement, went into effect on March 20, 2017. It sets out clear processes for drafting and commenting on new legislation and regulations and requires strict transparency related to laws involving trade and investment. U.S.-Mongolia Transparency Agreement text.
Mongolia and the United States have no bilateral tax or free trade agreements, but do have a Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT)
Mongolia and Canada signed a Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (FIPA) in 2016 that entered into force on March 7, 201.
In February 2015, Mongolia and Japan signed an Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) that entered into effect in June 2016.
UNCTAD lists Mongolia’s Bilateral Taxation and Investment Treaties
Mongolia is a member of the WTO.
Mongolia Trade Development and Promotion Trade Agreements