Mongolia’s new law welcomes back foreign mining companies

By Antonio Torrisi
Published: Tuesday, 08 October 2013

Miners still hold some scepticism; SEFIL to be amended

Mongolia’s government has passed a new mining law which it expects will re-attract foreign investors to the country.

The mining sector accounts for the 20% of the country’s GDP, but investment has been slow to pick up.

This is partially due to the Strategic Entities Foreign...

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