Invest Mongolia 2013 will be held in Ulaanbaatar

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Frontier LLC one of the pioneers of investment professional companies operating in Mongolia will hold Invest Mongolia 2013 Conference on the 2nd and 3rd of September. The conference will be held at the Chinggis Khaan hotel in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. This year the conference will be supported by the Ministry of Mining, the Ministry of Economic Development and the Ministry of Environment and Green Development.

The aim of the conference is to facilitate foreign investment in Mongolia by giving investors an insight into the opportunities available for investment, while streamlining the capital internationally. The concept of Green Mongolia will be introduced, discussing the transition of the country from ‘Brown’ to a ‘Green’ economy. The most updated agenda of the conference can be found here.

Speakers will include 40 local and international speakers, lined up to participate as individual speakers, panelists and roundtable experts. The focus will be on updated government policies and government commitment to restore investor confidence. The investment environment has been turbulent in recent months creating a need to clear out the obstacles the country is facing due to diminishing foreign investment.

When most of the analysts and investors talk about investing in Mongolia, they talk about the mining sector. However, the conference will have extensive insight on non-mining sectors such as real estate, agriculture, and infrastructure. The Chinggis Bond as an entrant to the global debt markets will be also discussed at the conference. Therefore, the Mongolian banking industry will also be in the center of the agenda.

We encourage our readers and followers of Mongolian business environment to participate in the conference. The week is also significant for the country as the parliament is planning to cancel the two laws that have been perceived as bottlenecks of the investment in the country.

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