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N.Bataa:Signatures of over 100 people won’t be required to acquire the necessary construction permits

04/12/2012  |  infrastructure
The Governor of the Capital City E.Bat-Uul’s action policy to be implemented in next three years has been ratified recently through the irregular meeting of the Capital City Representative’s Khural. N.Bataa, the deputy of the capital city governor, in charge for the finance and economic related is ...
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New thermal power plant to be built in Bayanzurkh District

03/12/2012  |  infrastructure
December 3, 2012 A Cabinet meeting of the Mongolian government was held on 01 December, 2012. Among the twenty issues discussed by the Cabinet members on this day included the need for the additional supply of heat in the eastern part of Ulaanbaatar city. It was decided that a new heat production plant would ...
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Gemalto selected for New Multi-Application National eID Card in Mongolia

03/12/2012  |  infrastructure
01 December, 2012 Gemalto (Euronext NL0000400653 GTO), the world leader in digital security, announces that the Mongolian Ministry of Justice and Home Affairs has selected its Sealys secure multi-service electronic ID cards for their national identity program. This new eID program will secure Mongolian citize ...
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Cold climate and heavy haul best railway practices was highlighted at CANARAIL’ s workshop in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, November 23rd, 2012.

30/11/2012  |  infrastructure
Canadian Rail Specialist hosted Mongolian Railway Industry with world-class experts presenting case studies and best practices on November 23, 2013 in Ulaanbaatar. CANARAIL successfully hosted railway workshop in Ulaanbaatar on November 23rd, and it was supported by Zaza Corporate Counsel LLC. The seminar was ...
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Mongolia Signs Turbine Order to Expand Its Biggest Power Plant

29/11/2012  |  infrastructure
29, November, 2012 Mongolia, struggling to add transport and power infrastructure to match the country’s commodity-driven economic growth, signed a turbine order that will help boost capacity at its biggest generator by 21 percent. The Ural Turbine Works agreed to supply and install a 120 megawatt steam ...
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Roads are the key to development

13/08/2012  |  infrastructure
August 1, 2012A country’s development is based on its roads. There is no single developed country that has bad roads, which can only be found in some developing or poor countries. Hundreds of years ago, the Romans realized the importance of good roads and made or improved every road wherever they settle ...
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400 Megawatt Hydroelectric Power Station to be built

13/08/2012  |  infrastructure
10 August, 2012 A project to build a 400 megawatt hydroelectric power station at the Selenge River has been approved under the mining infrastructure development program of the World Bank. Currently, a working group in charge of the project was formed under the mining infrastructure development program, relate ...
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