The economy of Mongolia is traditionally based around agriculture and livestock. Mongolia also has extensive mineral deposits, which accounts for a large part of industrial production. Mongolias economoy has grown over the past few yesrs at a fast pace due to an increase in mining. Also it attained a GDP growth rate of 11.7%.

Economics - GDP Rank 136th , GDP Growth 2.0%, GDP by Sector Agriculture 16.6%, Unemployment 8.3%

Politics in Mongolia takes place in the form of a democratic republic and a multi party system. Executive power is held by the president and the government. Legislative power is vested by both the government and parliament. Mongolias first multi party for a Peoples Great Hural were held on the 29th of July in 1990. The MPRP Won 85% of the seats.

Mongolias Academic system has undergone major changes in the past century. They have changed from school previously being only ten years to now making it 11 years of education. In Mongolia based on their university entrance results nine out of ten if their schools are private schools with tuition. Only three were Turkish schools. However there are several private secondary schools that have English instruction in Mongolia.

There are alot of universities in Mongolia. One of the most known is The National University of Mongolia in Ulaanbaatar, it was founded in 1942 it is a medical University. The faculty was Russian, as was the language of instruction. In 1983 the engineering institute and Russian-language teacher training institute became separate parts. They were the Polytechnic Institute and the Institute of Russian Language.

The economy of Japan is the third largest jn the world and second largest developed economy. Their economy is based around the largest electronics goods industry. Japan is estimated to have a GDP per capita of around 38,940.

GDP - 4.41 Trillion , GDP Rank- 3rd , GDP by sector agriculture 1.2%, Unemployment is 3.4%

The politics of Japan is in a framework of a multi-party bicameral parliamentary representative democratic constitutional monarchy. In which the Emperor acts as the ceremonial head of state. And the Prime Minister is the head of government and the head of the Cabinet, which directs the executive branch. Legislative power is vested in the National Diet which consists of a House of Representatives.

Academics in Japan are different from America. The basic school system in Japan has three years of elementary, 3 year of middle and three years of highschool. So in all they only have nine years of school.

Unkike America fter graduating from junior high school, children may choose to continue their education to high school and then to university or to find employment. So they have two choices to choose from after middle school. Some public elementary, junior high or high schools have developed an environment to accept foreign nationals and/or Japanese children returning from abroad. Just like America accepts exchange students.

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