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Frontier_newswire 02.09-13

Today's Frontier Newswire consists of the following headlines: 

Politics 

  • Prime Minister of Mongolia pays an official visit to Japan
  • PM, Ch.Saikhanbileg met with President of the House of Councilors of the Japanese Parliament
  • PM addresses business meeting in Japan
  • Ch.Saikhanbileg receives JETRO chairman
  • Prime Ministers come up with joint announcement 

Foreign Relations 

  • FM participates in Munich Security Conference 

Economy 

  • Japan and Mongolia sign free trade agreement
  • World Bank inks deal with Mongolia, provides $22.7m for third phase of a project 

Business 

  • Nomura Holding to cooperate on foreign investment
  • Kuniharu Nakamura, President and CEO of Sumitomo Corp. met with PM Ch.Saikhanbileg 

Stock Exchange 

  • Mongolia receives no bids at bond auction
  • Stock Exchange news for February 10
  • Stock Exchange News for February 11 

Foreign Trade 

  • Excise tax to be paid in MNT
  • Cooperation with Japan Bank for International Cooperation to be continued
  • Mongolia’s XacBank lending $10m to Mongolia Holdings rental firm 

Mining 

  • Tavantolgoi working group to give report
  • Day 815: American and Filipinos Wrongfully Detained in Mongoli
  • Day 816: Mongolia Prefers Economic Suicide over Ending SouthGobi Vendetta
  • Day 817: Mongolia Has Chance to Shine or Face Legal Global Image Failure
  • Day 818: Mongolia's Lacking Due Process versus Families on Social Media
  • Copper Bounces Back to $5,658.50 a Tonne

Company News 

  • Company Shares of Turquoise Hill Resources Ltd Rally 6.25%
  • Erdene inks deal for Mongolian mining venture
  • Rio Tinto earnings soar 78 per cent, $US2 billion buyback flagged
  • Kincora set to regain gold licences in Mongolia

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