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  • E-Mart Amis to Boost Annual Exports up to 100 Bil. Won by Next Year

    E-Mart announced on March 6 that it set next year's export target at 100 billion won. The target amount is the sum of E-Mart's all transactions in overseas countries, including the overall sales of its overseas stores, the amount of its exports to overseas retailers and wholesalers.   Back in 2013, ...

  • KT&G enjoys sales boom in Mongolia with tailored strategies

    Hallyu is strong in Mangolia, where there are three streets named after Korean places and around 7 in 10 cars are from K

  • UNICEF research from Mongolia shows children bear brunt of extreme weather

    Source: UN Children's Fund Country: MongoliaChildren born or in utero during the 2009/10 catastrophic winter and living in districts severely hit have significantly worse health compared with same-age children living in less affected districts.By Valeria Groppo A result of climate change extreme weather events are becoming more intense and more frequent in ...

  • Jewellery, cash... horses donated to help Mongolia government

    Private citizens in Mongolia are donating cash, jewellery, gold and even horses to help the government make a near $600 million payment to bondholders next month. The cash-strapped nation has been embroiled in an economic crisis brought about by a collapse in foreign investment, slowing growth in China and weak commodity ...

  • SoftBank’s regional clean-energy ambitions find favor in Mongolia

    SoftBank Group Corp. plans to build more wind projects in Mongolia as Chairman Masayoshi Son pushes to connect countries across Asia with transmission lines to supply cheap, clean energy. The Tokyo-based company’s first wind farm in Mongolia is a 50-megawatt project being developed with Newcom LLC in Mongolia’s Gobi Desert. ...

  • Despite sharp decrease in measles deaths, nearly 400 children die from disease every day

    Source: World Health Organization, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, UN Children's Fund, GAVI Alliance Country: Democratic Republic of the Congo, Egypt, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Pakistan, Somalia, South Sudan, WorldIn 2015 the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Nigeria and Pakistan accounted for half of the unvaccinated infants and 75 per ...

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    Mongolia, tra vecchi problemi e nuove possibilità di investimento

    Negli ultimi 20 anni la Mongolia si è trasformata in una democrazia multipartitica con uno sviluppo economico guidato principalmente dal settore minerario. Attualmente il Paese si trova ad un punto cruciale rappresentato dalle minacce derivanti dagli squilibri locali, internazionali economici e finanziari e necessita quindi un cambiamento di rotta ed ...

  • Banco Mundial proscribe empresas por malas prácticas en licitaciones

    El BM dijo que descubrió fraude y corrupción con proyectos en Mongolia, Vietnam, Perú y Kenya.

  • Japan, Mongolia agree to boost economic ties

    The top leaders of Japan and Mongolia agreed Thursday to boost economic ties by taking full advantage of a new bilateral trade deal. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Mongolian President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj held talks on the eve of a biennial summit of Asian and European leaders. “As we are precious ...

  • EU provides €12.3 million to enhance disaster preparedness capacity across Asia and the Pacific

    Source: European Commission Humanitarian Aid Office Country: Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Lao People's Democratic Republic (the), Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Philippines, Thailand, Viet NamThe latest allocation brings ECHO's total funding for disaster preparedness programmes in the region to more than €140 million since 1996, including €27 million in ...

  • The Government officially declares the 2016 Dzud over

    Source: UN Resident Coordinator for Mongolia Country: MongoliaMongolia is entering the summer season. With improved weather conditions, focus is now transitioning to medium and longer-term priorities such as improved livestock management. Highlights Since January, 1.1 million of the total 56 million national livestock have perished, affecting 41 per cent of the population who ...

  • Vertice ASEM contro l'evasione fiscale

    MONGOLIA Ulan Bator 13/06/2016. Dopo due giorni di discussioni, il Meeting finanziario Asia-Europa, Asem, si è concluso il 10 giugno a Ulan Bator, capitale della Mongolia, con l'adozione di una dichiarazione in cui i Leggi tutto...

  • Shell lascia la Mongolia

    MONGOLIA- Ulaanbaatar. 05/05/16. Shell lascia i blocchi IV e V in Mongolia. A darne notizia la AKIpress l'agenzia di stampa di Bishkek, Tajikistan. Leggi tutto...

  • Unions square up to Obama over Asia trade deal

    [WASHINGTON] A top US trade union federation said on Wednesday it would withhold key election spending as it builds a war chest to fight President Barack Obama's pending trade deal with Asia.

  • DBS, CIMB elbow out global rivals in share sales: South-east Asia

    [SINGAPORE] South-east Asian banks are overtaking some of the biggest international securities firms in managing regional stock sales, capitalizing on corporate banking relationships and bigger balance sheets to win deals.

  • Oil up in Asia trade despite US inventories rise

    Oil prices climbed in Asian trade Thursday as signs that a refineries strike in the United States is weakening overshadowed a rise in US crude stocks, analysts said.

  • S&P raises India's GDP forecasts, says it's a bright spot in Asia

    Standard & Poor's sharply raised India's growth forecasts for the next several years to reflect a recent change in how gross domestic product is calculated by the government, and said the economy should be a "bright spot" in Asia.

  • Mongolia pardons foreign businessmen

    Trio, pardoned for tax evasion, from company formerly controlled by Rio Tinto subsidiary.

  • Prada Sales Hit by Asia Weakness

    Italian fashion firm Prada said its sales fell slightly in 2014 compared with the previous year, marking a halt to double-digit growth rates seen in previous years.

  • Mongolia, Japan sign economic partnership agreement

    By E.OYUNDARI Japan and Mongolia signed a bilateral economic partnership agreement (EPA) on February 11 that will expand trade and enhance strategic partnership between the two countries. The agreement was signed by Prime Minister of Mongolia Ch.Saikhanbileg and his counterpart, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, in Tokyo. Over the next decade, it ...

  • Al Masah’s private equity business expands in the UAE South East Asia

    Company to make new acquisitions in logistics and F&B business

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