By  on October 22, 2009

PARIS — Sukhbaatar Square in Ulan Bator, the capital city of Mongolia, is so central that many of its million-plus inhabitants are bound to traverse it on a regular basis.

That means its newest resident, a 5,300-square-foot Louis Vuitton boutique with a two-story high, 112-foot wide wraparound facade, is a conspicuous beacon of luxury in a remote country becoming wealthier by the minute, thanks to enormous gold, copper and uranium reserves.

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