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Democracy, Railroad, & Jim Dwyer of Business Council of Mongolia

By , 12 December, 2009, 5 Comments

MONGOLIA BUSINESS PODCAST #4 HIGHLIGHTS

20th anniversary of Mongolian democracy, railroad, & BCM Executive Director Jim Dwyer

December 11, 2009: December 10th is a very important day in Mongolian history.  On this date, Mongolians gathered at the square and peacefully protested for democracy of Mongolia. It was one of the most peaceful yet successful demonstrations in history…  (Download the podcast here: Mongolia Business podcast)

There is a dispute over the railroad between the private sector and Mr. Battulga, the Minister of Road and Transportation.  Additionally, there is a need for a railroad in South Gobi.  Current transportation methods do not meet the needs to transport the mining resources.  Leighton LLC has just been contracted to build the railroad, separately from the mining contract…

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Nuclear Energy and Uranium in Mongolia

By , 11 December, 2009, 2 Comments

Mr. Eric de SEZE, General Director & CEO of Areva Mongolia, “Nuclear Energy and Uranium” “PART TWO of BCM Meeting Highlights”

On Monday, December 7, 2009, Business Council of Mongolia (BCM) held its last meeting of the year.  Guest speakers Mr. B. Enhuyag, First Deputy Governor of Bank of Mongolia and Mr. Eric de SEZE, General Director & CEO of Areva Mongolia discussed “Views on Current Macro-Economics and Mongolia’s Banking Sector” and “Nuclear Energy and Uranium”, respectively.

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Current Macro-Economics and Mongolia’s Banking Sector

By , 11 December, 2009, 1 Comment

Mr. B. Enhhuyag, First Deputy Governor of Bank of Mongolia, “Views on Current Macro-Economics and Mongolia’s Banking Sector” “PART ONE of BCM Meeting Highlights”

On Monday, December 7, 2009, Business Council of Mongolia (BCM) held its last meeting of the year.  Guest speakers Mr. B. Enhhuyag, First Deputy Governor of Bank of Mongolia and Mr. Eric De SEZE, General Director & CEO of Areva Mongolia discussed “Views on Current Macro-Economics and Mongolia’s Banking Sector” and “Nuclear Energy and Uranium”, respectively.

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