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CORPORATE

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Mongolia has witnessed a strong gold rush of foreign investment, private equity funds, investment banks, construction firms, hedge funds, major and junior miners, mining suppliers, accounting firms, consultancies (and even law firms). Mongolia’s legal and business environment has sometimes struggled to keep pace with efficient and balanced regulation of these market players. Over the last two decades Mongolia has made significant strides toward building proper legal environment for business...

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BANKING & FINANCE

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Banking sector prevails in financial sector of Mongolia. Main objective of the Central Bank (Mongolbank) is to ensure stability of national currency-togrog.Mongolbank, under its main objective, supports stable development of of economy by ensuring stability of the financial market and banking system. Financial Regulatory Commission is a government organization and its function is to regulate financial service except for banking, to monitor implementation of relevant legislation and to protect ...

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REAL ESTATE

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Construction, land and immovable property are key parts of real estate market in Mongolia. Until 1990. During the years of centrally planned economy, government was solely responsible for financing construction and apartment buildings were being distributed without any fee. Government was the only subject entitled to own land.1990-2003. Supply of apartments was basically stopped and the government focused on developing state policy and legal environment to solve issues...

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PPP / CONCESSION

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As Mongolia is rich in minerals and natural resources, it experienced and suffered funding gap to further develop energy and mining related projects and develop infrastructure of it for long period. But the Parliament of Mongolia enacted first ever Law on Concession in 2009, which is appraised by EBRD recently as “one of the few laws in all the EBRD countries of operations which has been drafted to take account of the best internationally accepted standards and in accordance with lenders expectation...

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OIL & GAS

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Mongolia is heavily dependent on the import of petroleum products. Therefore it has been seeking energy independence and encouraging development of its hydrocarbon resources. In addition to oil and natural gas, Mongolia has oil shale, shale gas, and shale oil deposits and the country hopes to attract companies that will bring coal-to-liquid, coal-to-gas, and coal-bed methane technologies. To facilitate this process, Mongolia’s new Law on Petroleum has been made effective on July 01, 2014...

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M&A

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Mongolia, the holder of one of the world’s largest coal and other mineral resources and located close to major Asian economies, has become an attractive acquisition destination for the global and regional mining groups. Abundant with mineral resources coupled with conducive business environment and proximity to China, South Korea, Japan and India, major consumers of mineral resources, this resource rich country is offering lucrative business opportunities for international industry players...

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MINING

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Mining is principal sector in Mongolian economy, accounted for around 20% of GDP and around 85-95% of total exports of Mongolia in last 6 years. As of 2012, Mongolian mineral exports consisted of coal 48%, copper 13%, iron ore 13%, oil 8% and gold 3%. China buys 98% of coal, which makes up almost half of Mongolian mineral export. Economic growth of mining sector is in decrease due to China’s stabilization of economic growth, stagnation of steel demand and revival impact of coal import from ...

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ENERGY

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The long-term industrial development plans of Mongolia driven by natural resources should accommodate the exponential growth in demand for energy. However, the energy sector has been experiencing and suffering funding gap to further develop. It is estimated that Mongolia will need US$8bn to US$10bn in investments in the next decade or so to unlock its potential in energy sector. It is further anticipated that over 80% of this funding is to come from private investors. To this end...

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