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Frontier_newswire June27-July03

Today's Frontier Newswire consists of the following headlines:

Politics

  • Political landslide in Mongolia as it fails to gain from minerals
  • Economy top priority for Mongolia's new ruling party
  • Premier Li Keqiang to visit Mongolia
  • Cabinet meeting in brief
  • Ch.Ulaan MP might chair first session of new parliament
  • Temporary passes issued to elected MPs 

Foreign Relations

  • Vietnam, South Korea, Mongolia back United Nations watchdog for LGBT rights
  • Abe Likely to Attend ASEM Summit in Mongolia in Mid July
  • PM to attend Asem summit in Mongolia
  • Bangladesh, Mongolia to strengthen ties
  • New Mongolian ambassador calls on foreign minister
  • China, Russia, Mongolia Sign Long-Awaited Economic Partnership Agreement

Economy

  • Mogi Badral Bontoi -- Mongolia's new government could face a short honeymoon
  • Sluggish economy casts long shadow over Mongolian poll

Business

  • BHS eyes a fresh start overseas following Qatari deal
  • AmCham Mongolia and US Chamber of Commerce host roundtable discussion

Banking

  • Mongolia Investment Guide launch by Prime Minister
  • Banking Sector In Mongolia Sees Better Future
  • EBRD helps Mongolian SME Doctor Auto chain expand

Mining

  • Kincora eyes massive land position in Mongolia’s South Gobi
  • Rio Tinto's Oyu Tolgoi rocks on as Mongolian opposition wins landslide
  • Commodity Slump Means Hard Choices for Winner of Mongolia Vote
  • Prime Minister: Mongolia has taken 100 percent ownership of Erdenet Mining Corporation

Aviation

  • Azerbaijan, Mongolia to establish direct air services

Railway

  • Mongolia, Japan to Implement a Railway Cooperation

Energy

  • Mongolia to become new player in energy industry

Infrastructure

  • New road between Undurkhaan and Choibalsan

Agriculture

  • Mongolia to increase sea buckthorn export

Ulaanbaatar

  • UB to create rest & relaxation riverside zone
  • UB-based club of cultural attaches founded
  • Ulaanbaatar Citizens’ Khural dominated by MPP

Company News

  • Turquoise Hill Resources Limited (NYSE:TRQ) Sellers Increased By 1.33% Their Shorts
  • Oyu Tolgoi shares rise after 2016 elections

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