10-11 September 2014

BEST WESTERN PREMIER Tuushin Hotel, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

BY TERRENCE EDWARDS AND DAVID STANWAY (Reuters) - Chinese President Xi Jinping proposed on Thursday the expansion of bilateral trade w...
2014 / 08 / 22
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Changes to Mongolia’s mining legislation will open up vast new tracts of land for exploration and pave the way for new licence is...
2014 / 08 / 05
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By Michael Kohn and Yuriy Humber Mongolia is seeking to sign a gas project and supply accord with China next month, in a deal that wou...
2014 / 07 / 24
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By Paulius KuncinasRegional Editor, Oxford Business GroupExtensive oil shale reserves could reduce Mongolia’s dependence on impor...
2014 / 07 / 22
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By Rick Wilkinson OGJ Correspondent Wolf Petroleum Ltd., Perth, reported the passing of a new petroleum law in Mongolia desi...
2014 / 07 / 19
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Parliament approved changes to the nation’s 2006 Minerals Law on 3 July 2014, a development that may spur renewed investment in ...
2014 / 07 / 07
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On the outskirts of Ulaanbaatar, a nomadic family of herders is sitting outside their ger (the family tent commonly called a “yur...
2014 / 03 / 08
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2014 / 03 / 03
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ULAN BATOR, Jan. 29 -- The Mongolian government said Wednesday the research phase of Sainshand heavy industrial park would be completed...
2014 / 01 / 29
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By Michael Kohn. Changes being considered to Mongolia’s minerals law are expected to pave the way to the end of a three and a ha...
2014 / 01 / 29
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