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Нийтэлсэн: 2013-09-16 16:02:57

Баруун Австрали мужийн нийслэл Перт хотноо энэ сарын 11-ндболсон “Монголын өдөрлөг” сэдэвт бизнес хуралд АвстралийнAspire Mining, Minter Ellison, Xanadu Mines, Bayan Airag, Sustainability, R2R Services, BDO, Scope Systems, Maca Mining, Macmahon зэрэг 10 гаруй компанийн 70 гаруй төлөөлөгчоролцон Монголтой хамтран ажиллаж байгаа талаараа болонМонголд хөрөнгө оруулах боломжийн тухай илтгэл тавьж саналбодлоо солилцов.

Элчин сайд Р.Болд хэлсэн үгэндээ сүүлийн 20 жилд Монголдоруулсан гадаадын хөрөнгө оруулалтын 70 орчим хувийг зөвхөн2011-2012 онд Оюу толгойн төслийн ачаар оруулсаныгтэмдэглэж, Монголд хөрөнгө оруулж ажиллахад Монголынсэтгэлгээ, онцлогийг урьдчилан судалж ажиллах шаардлагатайгхэлэв.

Хуралд оролцогчдын төлбөрөөс олсон орлогыг Улаанбаатар дахь“Лотус” хүүхдийн халамжийн төвд хандивлахаар болов. Манайулсад үйл ажиллагаа явуулдаг Австралийн компаниудындийлэнх нь Баруун Австрали мужид байрладгаараа онцлогтойюм.

Арга хэмжээг Австралид суугаа Монголын ЭСЯ-ныдэмжлэгтэйгээр Монгол Улсаас Австрали улсад суугааӨргөмжит консул П.Стюарт, Aspire Mining компани, БаруунАвстрали дахь Худалдаа аж үйлдвэрийн танхимаас хамтранзохион байгууллаа.

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“DEMYSTIFYING MONGOLIA” IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA

An international business forum “Demystifying Mongolia” took place in Perth, Western Australia on 11 September 2013. The one day event was co-hosted by the Honorary Consul for Mongolia in Western Australia and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Western Australia and was organised by the Honorary Consul and Aspire Mining Ltd.

The Forum aimed at Australian investors already operating in Mongolia or wanting to establish businesses in Mongolia. To share with and give a better understanding of how to begin, continue and succeed. Although Mongolia’s natural resources wealth attracted business opportunities for international investors in recent years, there remains a level of uncertainty in relation to its culture, methodologies, legal and political systems which leave many investors unsure of where to begin.

The Forum was opened by the Mongolian Ambassador to Australia, His Excellency R. Bold who spoke of Mongolia being “open for business – the Mongolian way”.

Philippe Pierson, Senior International Trade Officer of the CCI of Western Australia spoke of the CCI’s services and their strong link which was formed in the 1990’s with the National Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Mongolia.

The Gold Sponsors of this event, who were the key speakers, are experienced leaders who have already established operating businesses in Mongolia such asDavid Paull, CEO of Aspire Mining Limited, Bill Colvin CEO of Bayan Airag, John Miragliotta, Manager Environment of Sustainability, George Lloyd, Managing Director of Xanadu Mines and David Thomas, CEO of R2R Services. Professor Samir Chatterjee of Curtin University, Perth addressed the packed auditorium on “The Dilemma of a Nomadic Society Facing a Resource Pressure”.

They spoke of their real experiences and the importance of respecting the laws of Mongolia, of recognising the culture and the values of the authorities at central, aimag, soum and even baag levels. In different ways these speakers stressed the need to maintain on-going dialogue with all levels of society and at all times with due respect for the indigenous culture.

Special importance was given by all speakers to the importance of understanding that Mongolia is a young nation that is still evolving to find its own brand of democracy and free market economy.

The whole day was characterised by a sense of positive belief that Mongolia will move towards developing its resources in partnership with the latest technology and systems for the benefit of its people and the foreign investors. As UB based Gold Sponsor Ms Elisabeth Ellis of Minter Ellison said “there is an atmosphere of dynamic energy” that is now sweeping through the nation that will surely create opportunities for international businesses and potential investors to explore Mongolia, Mongolian culture and the investment opportunities it presents.

Ms Rebecca Ball, State Director of Austrade, highlighted the importance of the “third neighbour” relationship between Mongolia and Australia.

Peter Stuart, the Honorary Consul for Mongolia in Western Australia closed the day’s proceedings after summarising key issues covered by the various speakers:


Need to find the right JV partner at all levels of business whether in mining, agriculture, education, environmental and facility management services, infrastructure development;

Recognising the traditional Mongolian approaches of dialogue and cooperation at all levels of society involved in any project;

Understanding the complexity of regulations and legal requirements that are still evolving in this young vibrant nation;

Transferring knowledge by training the intelligent human resource base in Mongolia;

Accepting the words of guest speaker Prof Samir Chatterjee, that “like the Naadam horse race, there are no short races in Mongolia – only the long run”.

The day’s business session was followed by a delightful social evening of wine, huumi and morin khuur performances by Mr Enkhbayar flown in from Canberra by the Mongolian Embassy and traditional dances byMiss Zaya of Perth. Paintings of Ulaanbaatar artist J Oilan were displayed.

For further information please contact Mr. Peter Stuart, Honorary Consul for Mongolia in Western Australia via email: perth_consul or tel: +61 419957945

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Australiad huuchnii namhan barilguidaa nuraalgui undurlusun bdl genee


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Australias sanaa avch mashinii zogsooloo shiideh n


Mongolia day in Perth on 11 Sep 2013


Mongolia Day 11th September 2013

Dear Friends All

Attached is a document showing coverage that we received in Mongolia through

Ø The Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Ø Business News.mn

Ø Sonin.mn

and

Ø CoverMongolia.

I am grateful to our Deggi (A Delgermaa) from Perth, presently in Ulaanbaatar who was instrumental in getting the coverage through her friend Boloroo at the Mongolia Mining Journal and to Mogi at CoverMongolia.

Once again and for the final time, thank you to all who contributed to the success of this day by what they did or just by your presence during the day. Thank you to our Gold and Silver sponsors.

Mongol HC

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