Monday, November 25, 2013

Cover Mongolia CEO Participates as Panelist at Mongolia Investment Summit Hong Kong

Cover Mongolia CEO Participates as Panelist at Mongolia Investment Summit Hong Kong

November 23 (Cover Mongolia) Cover Mongolia is pleased to announce that its CEO Munkhdul Badral Bontoi (Mogi) participated at this year’s Mongolia Investment Summit HK as a panelist, discussing new investment opportunities in Mongolia’s up-and-coming industries outside of mining.

The overall message at the conference has been that of a turnaround in investor sentiment towards Mongolia. Optimism, something we haven’t seen in a long while, could be sensed across the Four Seasons Hotel.

The new Investment Law has been very well received by all participants, and expects this to resonate with new investment interest heading in Mongolia’s direction. Although the delayed Oyu Tolgoi underground development is still in the back of everyone’s mind, the general mood of everyone at the fourth Mongolia Investment Summit in HK has focused on the upward growth trend returning to Mongolia. This mood will be well captured in the news articles that have come out in the days around the summit.

Mogi, highlighting the role information players such as Cover Mongolia can play as bridges between the local and international market’s understanding of Mongolia, was a panelist on “Exploring investment prospects in Mongolia’s up-and-coming industries” on the 2nd day of the conference, along with other distinguished experts such as Jargalsaikhan “de facto” Dambadarjaa, Batsaihan B. Jamichoi (Mongolia Opportunities Fund), Tuyen D. Nguyen (IFC Resident Representative), Lakshmi Boojoo (EPCRC) and Oyunchimeg Magvan (Deputy Chairperson, MNCCI).

Cover Mongolia would also like to apologize for the lack of newswires this past week, but assures our subscribers that it will catch you up with all that’s happened in the coming days.



Munkhdul Badral Bontoi

Founder & CEO


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