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— Galan Tschinag
  • Richemont Sales Dented in Asia

    Richemont reported lower-than-expected growth over the holiday season as difficult trading conditions in Hong Kong and other parts of Asia triggered a “significant decline” in the region.

  • Asia Tech to Oil Exports: Business Watch List

    The old way of doing business is out after a year of big change for many companies. And 2015 promises to deliver even more tests and opportunities for established industries and fast-growing sectors alike.

  • Asia stocks up in New Year trade

    HONG KONG — Asian markets started 2015 on an upswing in limited trading on Friday, with mainland Chinese stocks surging in Hong Kong on speculation Beijing may ease monetary policy to boost slowing growth.

  • Govt wants to make northeast business hub of southeast Asia

    Union minister of state for home Kiren Rijiju on Saturday said the Narendra Modi government has changed the 'Look-East Policy' to 'Act East Policy' to make the North-Eastern region a trade and business hub of South East Asia.

  • Mongolia to import poultry products from China

    By B.MENDBAYAR A Chinese food firm based in Shandong Province, China, has acquired official permission from the Mongolian government to export poultry products to the country, according to Xinhua News Agency of China. Upon obtaining permission, Fengxiang Co., Ltd has become the first Chinese food company to export poultry products to Mongolia, ...

  • No Asia trade pact expected on Obama’s trip to region

    The White House downplayed any expectations Thursday of progress on a much-awaited pan-Pacific trade deal during President Barack Obama’s upcoming trip to Asia. The Trans-Pacific Partnership, which would encompass 40 percent of the global economy and include 12 nations, has been the subject of protracted negotiations. It does not include ...

  • Asia Inc leads West in business in Myanmar

    YANGON — Asian businesses are gaining a foothold in Myanmar far quicker than those from Europe and North America, with China, Thailand, Hong Kong and Singapore accounting for nearly half of the firms setting up in the fast-changing country.

  • Danone Sales Lifted By Asia Rebound

    French dairy company Danone said sales grew 3% in the third quarter as baby-food sales rebounded in its crucial Asian market, where it was hit hard last year by a large product recall.

  • Mongolia to export coal by new railway next year

    By B.MENDBAYAR Prime Minister N.Altankhuyag visited the embankment construction site for the 267 kilometer railway being built between Tavan Tolgoi and Gashuun Sukhait. The Tavan Tolgoi-Gashuun Sukhait Railway is being constructed under the New Railway Project being implemented by the Mongolian Railway state-owned stock company. Funding of 200 million USD from the ...

  • Mongolia’s first heavy-duty highway launches

    Gateway to exporting 40 million tons of coal opens  Trans. by B.DULGUUN A 43.2 km heavy-duty paved road from Nariin Sukhait to Shivee Khuren launched last Saturday. This highway is Mongolia’s first heavy-duty road, enabling passage for 150-ton trucks, established under the Build-Operate-Transfer concession agreement. During the opening ceremony, Mining Minister D.Gankhuyag commented, ...

  • Ulaanbaatar forecasts 2.5 percent GDP increase from tourism by 2030

    Five percent of state budget to be used for entertainment and sports events By M.ZOLJARGAL “Friendly Ulaanbaatar” project’s consultation took place on Wednesday, which is expected to elevate tourism in Mongolia and increase Mongolia’s GDP in the long-term. During the event, Ulaanbaatar City Governor E.Bat-Uul highlighted, “Ulaanbaatar city will be able to receive ...