NEW DATE for the launch of The Report: Mongolia 2012

Oxford Business Group (OBG) is delighted to announce the publication of its first-time report on Mongolia’s economic activity and investment opportunities.
To mark this important occasion, OBG invites you to join its team for the launch of The Report: Mongolia 2012 which takes place at the Blue Sky Hotel and Tower in Ulaanbaatar on March 1 at 11:15am.
The Group’s landmark report will be launched in the presence of a number of high-profile dignitaries and guests, including the Prime Minister of Mongolia Sukhbaataryn Batbold who will make a key-note speech at the event.
The Report: Mongolia 2012 puts the spotlight on the balancing act Mongolia is setting out to achieve by driving forward major mining developments, led by the Tavan Tolgoi and Oyu Tolgoi projects, while also taking steps to diversifying its fast-growing economy.
It explores the investment opportunities that can be found across the sectors of Mongolia’s economy, which experts are forecasting should experience double-digit growth each year until the end of this decade.
The milestone publication charts the government’s bid to introduce key reforms as it looks to attract investment and boost private sector participation for its mining projects and infrastructure development by enhancing its business-friendly environment.
The Report: Mongolia 2012 considers the country’s plans to create a niche for itself as a value-added processing hub. It also looks in detail at the country’s bid to expand its tourism industry by tapping the facilities, events and marketing segment. In addition there is in-depth analysis of how Mongolia can use its geographical position between Russia and China to extend its reach across the region and build international relations.
The report contains contributions from Mongolia’s President Ts. Elbegdorj and the Prime Minister, together with a detailed, sector-by-sector guide for investors. It provides a wide range of interviews with leading political, economic and business representatives, including Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade G. Zandanshatar, the Vice-Minister of Finance and Founder of the Mongolia Economic Forum Ch. Ganhuyag, the Chairman of the Foreign Investment and Foreign Trade Agency B. Ganzorig and Executive Director of the Business Council of Mongolia Jim Dwyer.
The Report: Mongolia 2012 has been produced in partnership with the Foreign Investment and Foreign Trade Agency (FIFTA), the Business Council of Mongolia, MICC, Ernst & Young and Hogan Lovells law firm.

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