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Frontier_newswire May.11-17

Today's Frontier Newswire consists of the following headlines: 

Politics

  • Mongolia gets $1-bn credit gift 
  • List of key agreements signed between India-Mongolia               
  • PM asks Mongolia to partner in India's economic transformation              
  • India, Mongolia boost ties for ‘strategic partnership’      
  • President of Bulgaria is paying a state visit to Mongolia  
  • Mongolia and Bulgaria Sign Cooperation Documents      
  • The Speaker of the Parliament Z.Enkhbold met with President of Bulgaria Rosen Plevneliev        
  • Prime Minister Meets Bulgarian President          
  • Ts.Elbegdorj calls on Russian Minister of Natural Resources         
  • President of Mongolia to pay a working visit to France in June 2015         
  • Cabinet Meeting in Brief              
  • Parliament Speaker of Mongolia meets the World Bank Group Chief Financial Officer     
  • MP O.Baasankhuu on dismissing PM      

Foreign Relations            

  • Mongolia and New Zealand PMs and FMs Exchange Letters        
  • Foreign Minister of Myanmar to Visit     

Economy

  • Diet OKs trade agreement with Mongolia            
  • USD reached MNT 1940               
  • NSO presents financial report on first quarter of 2015    
  • USD 40 million technical loan from Austrian Government is in talks          
  • World Bank Managing Director to Visit Mongolia              
  • ADB to implement 57 projects in Mongolia          
  • NSO reports on social and economic conditions in 2015 
  • Household Income Increases    
  • Labor Sector in Statistics              
  • Social Insurance               

Banking

  • Outstanding Loans Increase       

Stock Exchange               

  • MSE reduces its transaction fees             
  • Stock Exchange News for May 11            
  • Stock Exchange News for May 12            
  • Stock Exchange News for May 13            
  • Stock Exchange News for May 14            
  • Stock Exchange News for May 15            
  • Stock Exchange Weekly Review                

Business

  • 11 thousand entities to be pardoned     
  • Mongolian-Bulgarian business forum held           
  • Mongolia-Buryatia Business Meeting at MNCCI scheduled on May 15, 2015         

Mining

  • Rio Tinto a step closer to restart of expansion of Mongolian mine Oyu Tolgoi      
  • Discussion to Run on Establishing Resource Fund             
  • Draft Amendment to Law on Mineral Resources Submitted        

Industry

  • Draft on Supporting Industrialization to Be Submitted    

Agriculutre

  • Bulgaria to build $ 1 million greenhouse in Mongolia       
  • India to help Mongolia set up Amul-like dairy cooperative           
  • Cashmere export to increase    
  • 401,2 thousand hectares of land to be cultivated              

Tourism

  • Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Index 2015: Mongolia             
  • Mongolia and Turkey to boost cooperation in tourism sector      

Aviation

  • Government Approves 37th Intergovernmental Agreement on Aviation Relations          
  • Mongolia to establish a bilateral Air Service Agreement with the Republic of Belarus       
  • Premier Ch.Saikhanbileg urges to boost MIAT Mongolian Airlines operations      

Transportation

  • Establishment of Joint Marine Transport Company Considered 

Real Estate         

  • Prices of older apartments to decline    

Ulaanbaatar

  • Ulaanbaatar and Rome to Cooperate     
  • UB City Delegation Visits Beijing               

Company News               

  • B.Batbileg was appointed as acting CEO of Erdenes Tavan Tolgoi JSC       
  • Death of Khan Resources Chairman linked to natural causes       
  • MP S.Ganbaatar sends an open letter to Sam Walsh of Rio Tinto               
  • Oyu Tolgoi loses appeal in tax case           

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