Coal Mongolia 2013 to take place for the third year

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As one of the major events in the minerals sector, Coal Mongolia 2013, an international conference and exhibition to be held on 21-22 February in Ulaanbaatar, will be offering multiple possibilities in sourcing, networking and business partnerships in the coal industry. Jointly organized by and the Ministry of Mining, the event aims to bring International Investors into the coal sector of Mongolia, introduce the most advanced, environmentally friendly technologies in the coal mining industry and create a mutually beneficial partnership that will strengthen Mongolia’s competitiveness in the region.

According to the organizers, Coal Mongolia 2013 will enable its participants to learn more about the state policies and legal environment on coal mining sector from the officials of the new government. It is the first major conference within the industry to be organized since the formation of the coalition government last year. In addition, new investment opportunities in coal exploration, production and processing projects will also be presented during the event.

As one of the richest countries in the world in terms of coal resources, Mongolia considers coal mining as one of the priority sectors for its economic growth in the long term. Key government officials including the Prime Minister of Mongolia, Minister of Mining, and Minister of Economic Development will be attending the Coal Mongolia 2013 presenting government’s short and long terms strategies on coal mining and its regulatory environment.

Last year, the event had attracted over 1,000 delegates and visitors from 28 countries and over 300 foreign and domestic companies, NGOs, and Government officials. Should you be interested to obtain more details about the upcoming conference, please visit

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