Mongolia: Growing pains for agriculture

Although Mongolia’s agriculture sector is feeling the benefits of new management approaches and seeing intensified production thanks to technological advances, it is still struggling to overcome issues created by under-investment and a transition from a planned to a market economy. In mid-June T. Badamjunai, the minister of food, agriculture and light industry, told the cabinet […]

Prime Minister visits Tuv and Selenge provinces

Today, Prime Minister S.Batbold left for Tuv and Selenge provinces to analyze the process of the harvests in the countryside. Prime Minister S.Batbold’s delegatio includes Food, Agriculture and Light Industry Minister T.Badamjunai, Social Welfare and Labor Minister T.Gandi, Deputy Finance Minister Ch.Gankhuyag and media group. Harvesting began on August 25 because weather forecasters predicted a […]

Mongolia-Canada conference will be held in Ottawa

A joint Mongolia-Canada conference will be held September 8 and 9 in the Canadian capital of Ottawa. At the conference, officials from the two countries will discuss expanding their political and economic partnerships, and maintaining their mutually beneficial relationship. Mongolia’s Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy, D. Zorigt, will lead the Mongolian delegation, which will […]

MP Bat-Erdene to protect the people’s interests

Interview of MPs B.Bat-Erdene, Ts.Davaasuren and G.Bayarsaikhan Yesterday, 7 MPs including Ts.Davaasuren, Ts.Sedvanchig, B.Bat-Erdene, G.Bayarsaikhan and L.Gundalai met with Speaker of the Parliament and presented some requests. The MPs wanted the Speaker of the Parliament to pay more attention on issues such as supply of petroleum and freedom of media. The requests and statements of […]