Stepping Up

December 2011
Forbes Asia;Dec2011, Vol. 7 Issue 14, p34
The article offers information Tserenjigmed Dagvadorj and Ganbaatar Dagvadorj, the two businessman brothers from Mongolia. They began in the late 1980s to trade underground in skins and furs amid waning Soviet domination. Today in Mongolia's free-market Wild West, one can find their Max Supermarkets and milk bottler, Berlin-burger fast foods, Maxipot restaurants, Max Roads, and hotels.


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