According to EBRD, the project will support i) construction of a new facility for production and bottling of natural mineral water in Mongolia, ii) expansion of logistical capabilities and improvement of efficiency for distribution of food and beverages to rural areas (by purchasing specialized long-distance delivery trucks and constructing warehouses around Mongolia), and iii) improvement in the capital structure by refinancing financial debt to extend its maturity.
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