   Natural Factors
     Landlocked
     Minerals
     Weather Conditions- Dzud
   Human factors
       0-14 28.1%
  ...
   Economic Factors
     GDP Capita $3,400
     1/3 population depend on Agriculture
     2.8% unemployment
     36.1...
   Landlocked?

   Dependency?

   Human?

   Lack of Infrastructure?
Dependency on resources



DZUD                       Decrease Investment




          Economic Recession
   High literacy rate

   Natural Resource potential

   Close relations with neighbors

   9% growth rate
   Infrastructure Investment
     FDI
     Mines
     2 million

   Subsidies Winter Barns
     $1000 per shed- 500 ...
   2.5 million Loan

   Infrastructure

   Winter Barns
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IB Econ Development Project

  1. 1.  Natural Factors  Landlocked  Minerals  Weather Conditions- Dzud  Human factors  0-14 28.1%  15-64 67.9%  Life expectancy 67.65  Literacy rate 97.8%
  2. 2.  Economic Factors  GDP Capita $3,400  1/3 population depend on Agriculture  2.8% unemployment  36.1% below poverty  GINI index- 32.8  Political Factors  Soviet Union
  3. 3.  Landlocked?  Dependency?  Human?  Lack of Infrastructure?
  4. 4. Dependency on resources DZUD Decrease Investment Economic Recession
  5. 5.  High literacy rate  Natural Resource potential  Close relations with neighbors  9% growth rate
  6. 6.  Infrastructure Investment  FDI  Mines  2 million  Subsidies Winter Barns  $1000 per shed- 500 people  Subsidies $500  $500,000
  7. 7.  2.5 million Loan  Infrastructure  Winter Barns
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