According to ADB website, the project will provide essential liquidity support to UBF and TBF so that they can sustain their operations during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) crisis. The project will contribute to food security in Mongolia by ensuring a stable supply of wheat flour, the country's main staple, and flour products.
Tavan Bogd Foods LLC
Tavan Bogd LLC
Tavan Bogd Trade Limited Liability Company
Ulaanbaatar Flour LLC
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