Winds of Change: Cleaning Up Coal-Choked Mongolia

June 21 (Bloomberg) -- Mongolia is scheduled to start operations at its first wind farm this month, a $122 million project that's the biggest power plant in 30 years and part of a government effort to cap pollution cloaking the capital city. Todd Baer has more. (Source: Bloomberg)

Full Show: Surveillance (02/27)
19:53 - Bloomberg Surveillance hosted by Tom Keene, Francine Lacqua, and Mark Barton. Guests include Francesco Papadia, non-resident fellow at Bruegel, Holger Schmieding, chief economist at Berenberg, Marc Allera, chief executive officer at EE, Rupert Harrison, chief macro strategist at BlackRock International, Jonathan Golub, chief U.S. market strategist at RBC Capital Markets, and Thomas Wright, fellow at the Brookings Institution. (Source: Bloomberg)
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