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Mongolia: How the winter of 'white death' devastated nomads' way of life | World news | The Guardian

Herders leave the steppe after losing a fifth of their livestock. Now foreign firms are to exploit Mongolia's vast resources...Analysts at one investment bank have predicted it could unleash an unstoppable transformation and create a "Mongolian wolf" economy.

For its citizens, such prospects are long overdue. The former Soviet satellite has been hailed as a success story of post-communist political transition, moving with relative smoothness to democracy. But its economy has taken it close to disaster in the last two decades.

Extreme weather causes death and disaster, story in the Guardian, which two words are missing? Because it was extreme cold?


Glabal Worming (as it's the Gurniad).

Do I win a prize?

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