Day 820: Mongolia Thanks China That Currency Descends Slowly Instead Of Plummeting 0

Mongolia’s government has recently imprisoned American Justin Kapla and Filipinos Cristobal David and Hilarion Cajucom Jr. as part of the government’s ongoing battles with foreign owned mining companies SouthGobi Resources,

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MONGOLIA HAS CHANCE TO SHINE OR FACE LEGAL GLOBAL IMAGE FAILURE 0

Global attention for events in Mongolia is unusual. The cases of imprisoned coal mining executives American Justin Kapla and Filipinos Hilarion Cajucom Jr. and Cristobal is providing Mongolia’s President Elbegdorj

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Day 816: Mongolia Prefers Economic Suicide Over Ending SouthGobi Vendetta 0

While former SouthGobi executives American Justin Kapla and Filipinos Cristobal David & Hilarion Cajucom Jr. have been detained in Mongolia for 816 days, Mongolia’s economy has mirrored the despair of

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U.S. Businessman Trapped in Mongolia Files UN Human Rights Claim 0

The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rightshas registered a claim against Mongolia by Justin Kapla, a U.S. businessman prevented from leaving the country for two years

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U.S. Company Evacuates Staff From Mongolia Before Being Kapla-sized 0

Fluor FLR 0%, a company based in Irving, Texas USA, has reportedly removed all foreign personnel from Mongolia rapidly at the first hint that the government of Mongolia may have

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Court of Justice in Mongolia Returns the Tax Investigation Case Against SouthGobi Sands and Three of Its Former Employees to the Prosecutor General for Further Investigations 0

HONG KONG, CHINA–(Marketwired – Aug. 26, 2014) – SouthGobi Resources Ltd. (TSX:SGQ)(HKSE:1878) (the “Company”). The Company announced on August 11, 2014, the trial date for the tax investigation case against the Company’s Mongolian

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MAJOR JURISDICTION VICTORY FOR MONGOLIAN NATIONAL RAILWAY COMPANY 0

On July 31, 2014, the High Court in London gave judgment in favour of JSC Ulaanbaatar Railways (“UBR”), the Mongolian national railway company, in its $55 million jurisdiction battle against

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Ex-SouthGobi workers long stuck in Mongolia get trial date 0

Three former SouthGobi Resources (TSX: SGQ) employees, long detained in Mongolia, may be a step closer to freedom as a Mongolian court will finally hear their case next week. The

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Mongolia Sets Date for Trial Against Former SouthGobi Employees 0

The trial of a tax investigation case into SouthGobi Resources Ltd. (SGQ) and three of its former employees is set to begin in Mongolia next week. The Court of Justice in Mongolia

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Court of Justice in Mongolia Has Set June 30, 2014 as the Trial Date for the Tax Investigation Case Against SouthGobi Sands and Three of Its Former Employees 0

HONG KONG, CHINA, Jun 24, 2014 (Marketwired via COMTEX) — SouthGobi Resources Ltd. CA:SGQ -6.06%HK:1878 -1.80% (the “Company”) previously announced on May 13, 2014 that the charges for alleged violation of Mongolian tax law

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