Frontier_newswire Aug 01-07

Today's Frontier Newswire consists of the following headlines:


  • Vice Ministers appointed
  • Large-scale dismissal of state secretaries
  • PM J.Erdenebat: State organizations will purchase national products
  • Parliament’s first session to close

Foreign Relations

  • China, Mongolia, Japan, S Korea to take part in 5th Baikal Dialogue forum
  • Mongolia cancels open registry for Pyongyang ships


  • Mongolia Faces a Debt Crisis
  • USD reached MNT 2115
  • Premier calls for attracting more investment from home and abroad
  • Nation’s balance of payments deficit declines by 65 percent in 2016


  • Suu LLC’s 2016 half-year net profit doubles last year’s performance
  • Bugat Days 2016 trade fair and investment forum to kick off today
  • AmCham to host newly elected MP D.Tsogtbaatar for first private sector meeting
  • Talkh Chikher intends to export its products


  • Peter Morrow, American Who Led Mongolia’s Khan Bank Reform, Dies
  • Khan Bank brings 21st century banking to Mongolia


  • New Rio Tinto chief says conditions to remain challenging

Oil & Gas

  • Petro Matad reaches $10m settlement with Shell's Mongolian affiliate


  • Hunnu Air launches Ulaanbaatar-Baotou flights


  • Hot weather won’t affect grain growth
  • KOPIA discusses agricultural development in Ulaanbaatar


  • NEA Mayors’ Forum begins
  • UB Governor S.Batbold opens NEA Mayors’ Forum
  • Northeast Asian Mayors to discuss Urban Green Development and Green Energy Policy today
  • City governor to have 4 deputies
  • Busan-Ulaanbaatar cooperation to expand with regular direct flights
  • Budapest offers EUR 25 million credit to Ulaanbaatar
  • IFC and UB City to cooperate in green technologies

Company News

  • Are Analysts Bullish Turquoise Hill Resources Ltd (TSE:TRQ) After Last Week?
  • Armando Torres to lead Oyu Tolgoi

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