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ENKHBAYAR RETURNS HOME

17/10/2014  |  politics
Former President and Chairman of the Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party Nambar Enkhbayar returned to Mongolia from Korea on 9 October after receiving year-long medical treatment. Enkhbayar said his stay would be short and that he would return to Korea after he had fully observed the changes being ma ...
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MONGOLIA IS THE KEY TO A RUSSO-SOUTH KOREAN STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP - EDITORIAL

17/10/2014  |  politics
Nestled between Russia and China, Mongolia is a geographically obscure country with the sparsest population density in the world. It isn’t exactly what comes to mind when one thinks of East Asian or Pacific economic opportunities, yet for Russia, Mongolia is the key that it needs to unlock strategic rel ...
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FORMER JUSTICE COALITION MEMBER JOINS DEMOCRATIC PARTY

17/10/2014  |  politics
A former Justice Coalition Member and parliamentarian Dogsom Battsogt on 10 October announced his new membership to the Democratic Party. “It is true that I joined the Democratic Party and I will officially explain the reason later,” said Battsogt. Battsogt, who was the incumbent chairman of the S ...
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FIRST CABINET NOMINATIONS PRESENTED TO PARLIAMENT

17/10/2014  |  politics
Cabinet Minister Saikhanbileg on 15th October presented Parliament with Prime Minister Norov Altankhuyag's nominations for the government reshuffle Parliament approved earlier this month. The bill proposes the appointment of D. Zorigt as minister of finance, Pursevsuren [no initial included in the Source -ed] ...
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THE PITS: MONGOLIA LOSES ITS SHINE—AND SOME OF ITS TREASURED AUTONOMY

17/10/2014  |  economy
The shine seen during a mining boom has come off of Mongolia as it faces a balance-of-payments crisis in which its hard-currency reserves have fallen by two-thirds; the currency, the tugrug, is also sharply lower. At home, a credit crunch has brought Ulaanbaatar’s building frenzy to a near-halt. One fac ...
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AUSTRALIA GROUP CALLS FOR TALKS ON CHINA COAL TARIFFS

17/10/2014  |  economy
Australia must hold urgent talks with China to exempt coal producers from new tariffs in a free-trade agreement expected to be completed this year, an Australian industry body said Friday after a move by Beijing to reintroduce coal tariffs after nearly a decade. China, the world’s top coal importer, sai ...
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RUSSIA AGREES TO ZERO-TAX ON MONGOLIAN MEAT IMPORTS

17/10/2014  |  economy
Russia has agreed to a zero tax on livestock and meat imported from Mongolia and to lift restrictions on the number of Mongolian livestock permitted for import during a visit to Moscow by Agriculture Minister Sh. Tuvdendorj on 7 and 8 October. Tuvdendorj promised to set a livestock imports quota for Mongolian ...
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