Fluorspar 2014: Mongolia reforms and upcoming projects to boost fluorspar production

By Antonio Torrisi
Published: Thursday, 13 November 2014

The country’s government has enacted a number of policies aimed at easing the mining licence prices. Taxes rates have also been altered to attract foreign investors in the country with the aim of boosting fluorspar. China, Russia, South Korea and Japan are seen as regions key to consumption of the mineral.

Mongolia is engaging in political reforms to attract investors in the country and boost fluorspar production to supply China, Russia and other economies in Asia, the Mongolia Fluorspar Association (MFA) said yesterday at the Fluorspar 2014 conference in Miami.

According to the association, a number of initiatives from Ulan Bator, the...

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