On Odwyepr.com, Kevin McCauley reports that The Dilenschneider Group has been awarded the contract to do public relations for Mongolia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. This year, economists forecast that Mongolia's economy will be the second fastest grower in the world. One reason is that its copper and gold mines are beginning commercial production.
It could well be that Mongolia will quickly join the in places for Baby Boomers to retire, along with Italy, Spain, Costa Rica, Mexico, Bulgaria, and Ecuador. Those contemplating becoming expatriots can read the book "How To Retire Overseas" by Katleen Peddicord. Obviously there is plenty of interest in this because the book remains in the 30,000 category on Amazon.com, even though it had been published in 2010. Forget trying to retire where Downton Abbey is being filmed. England has always been and will always be way too expensive for Baby Boomer Everyman and Everywoman.