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The Mongolia Investment Forum 2008

Following is from Euromoney Conferences:

The Mongolia Investment Forum 2008
10-11 September 2008
State Palace, Ulaanbaatar

Following on from the huge success of the previous two years, Euromoney is proud to host the 3rd Annual Mongolia Investment Forum, which will take place on 10-11 September 2008 in Ulaanbaatar.

With a growth rate of 8.7% GDP in 2007, Mongolia has witnessed a remarkably strong growth rate against a backdrop of a gloomy slowing global economy. The Forum will bring together over 500 participants including decision makers, international investors, corporate financiers and key market players to help identify where the best investment opportunities are in Mongolia

Supported by the Mongolian government, Euromoney’s Mongolia Forum is regarded as the most prestigious forum in the country.

Some of the topics to be discussed at this year’s conference include:

– What reforms need to be implemented by the Mongolian government to ensure sustainable levels of economic growth?
– To what extent do the bond markets provide an efficient means for building a healthy financial system?
– What further banking reforms are required to increase financing opportunities?
– What are the key projects in the infrastructure sector to look out for in the year ahead?
– How will legislation, tariff reforms and restructuring of the energy sector improve energy distribution?
– How are mining companies responding to China’s increasing demand for minerals?
– To what extent will environmental concerns impact the development of the industry?

For more information, please contact Alexander Pang on tel: +852 2842 6991 or fax: +852 2842 7067 or email:

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