Oyu Tolgoin hereg yavdlaas bolood deehne neg nuhur setgel ni uchirguy hudulsunuu yasan Mongoliin udur tutmiin soninguudiin website-iin comment hesegt ni "The Confessions of an Economic Hitman-iig unshitsgaa" geed baahan copy paste hiichihsen baij bilee. Minii bie uuruu deehne ene nomiig nomiin delguurt halit garchiglaad neg ih sonirholtoy bish sanagdahaar ni uur nom shuurch avch baisan udaatay. Harin sayhan tohioldloor tuunii Financial Sense Online-d ugsun yariltslagiig halit sonsov. Yarij baigaa ni heterhii conspiracy theory mayagiin bolovch zarim hesegtee Chomsky-g halit guilgeed harsan hunii huvid bas ch gej unen baij bolohoor yum yarij baih yum. Gehdee l mani erd itgehed denduu berh yum bilee. Yu gene ve, unuu Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz chini yaduu ornuudiin esreg conspiracy hiideg hun bolchihson ch tuuj yavah shig. Yutay ch unuuh aldart Yamagata Hiroo geech nuhur Amazon deer ene nomiig ingej review hiisen baih yum:
Think about this. Suppose you are an American business. Say, IBM, GM, Nike, whatever. Which is better for your business, the current Afganistan, or current Malaysia? You can't make sweatshops in Afganistan, or car factories, or anything in Afganistan (no infrastructure, workers are not educated enough). So there's not much exploitation that you could do. You can't sell anything there, because they are too poor. Malaysia, you can do a lot of things. Good infrastructure, relatively cheap and sophisticated labor, somewhat wealthy people that can buy your products and services.
So the whole book is extremely suspicious and unbelievable. Some of the stories are understandable, like people wanting more optimistic economic forecasts. There may be specific cases where you want to crush countries with debt. But not many. The whole thing sounds like an anti-globalist conspiracy day dream, and even as a work of fiction, you'll get bored very quickly.
Tegeed unshsan humuus ni uursduu dugneltee hiine biz dee. Hervee tand ene nom oldohguy baival Indranila-giin tovchilsong neg uzeedheerey. Tuunees gadna John Perkins uuruu Democracy Now-iin gaihamshigtay setguulch Amy Goodman-tay hiisen yariltslagiig sonsson ch boloh yum.