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Vice President Joe Biden gives the keynote address at the Human Rights Campaign gala in Los Angeles, Calif., March 22, 2014.

Vice President Joe Biden gives the keynote address at the Human Rights Campaign gala in Los Angeles, Calif., March 22, 2014. (Official White House Photo by David Lienemann)

“The rights of LGBT people [are] an inseparable part of America’s promotion of human rights around the world,” Vice President Joe Biden declared to a packed audience at the Human Rights Campaign Los Angeles gala on Saturday night.

In a world where homosexuality is a crime in almost 80 countries — punishable by death in 7 — the Vice President reasserted America’s unwavering commitment to LGBT rights in every corner of the world. “Hate,” he explained, “can never, never be defended because it’s a so-called cultural norm.”

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Yet it is true. Mongolia is growing twice as fast as China and it's a market most investors know little about.

While Chinese GDP is forecast to grow by 7.5% in 2012, the Mongolian economy is set to grow at a blistering pace of 14.9%.

That's down a bit from 2011-but not by much.

According to official statistics, the Mongolian economy grew 17.3% in 2011.

Taking the two together, Mongolia would have the world's fastest growth rate, beating Qatar and Libya over the same two-year time frame.

So is there a way a regular guy can make money out of all this growth?

Or to the larger question: Is the Mongolian market where we should be putting our hard-earned savings?

Investing In Mongolia

To start, it's not all good news when it comes to investing in Mongolia. There is some bad economic news that comes along with the good.

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