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MONGOLIA’S POLITICIANS UNITE OVER ECONOMIC DOWNTURN 0

Mongolia’s perpetually conflicted parties have cast aside their differences to form a “super coalition” in the face of numerous economic problems, such as falling commodity prices in the mining sector,

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Mongolia politicians form super coalition 0

Mongolia’s squabbling political parties have cast aside their differences and formed a super coalition to face up to a wave of economic problems amid the fall-off in commodity prices. The

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Mongolia to form coalition government to ‘overcome’ economic crisis 0

The Democratic Party’s (DP) recently appointed Prime Minister Ch.Saikhanbileg will join hands with the Mongolian People’s Party (MPP), the opposition party in Parliament, to form a coalition government that promises

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Mongolia Forms ‘Grand Coalition’ in Bid to Lift Flagging Economy 0

Mongolia’s opposition agreed to join the ruling Democratic Party in a “grand coalition” government, a move that may ease political tensions and help boost the country’s flagging economy. The Mongolian

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Mongolia’s New Prime Minister Gets ‘Honeymoon’ to Fix Economy 0

Mongolia’s new Prime Minister Saikhanbileg Chimed has a period of goodwill probably until spring to get the economy back on track and resolve a dispute with Rio Tinto Group, the

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A LITTLE CORRECTION TO MR. ENKHSAIKHAN’S PUSH FOR CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM 0

Coinciding with the birth of New Prime Minister, Mr. Enkhsaikhan, former Prime Minister and one of the political heavyweights, made an interesting presentation at the research workshop on the “Constitutional

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Mongolia Shuffles PMs to Address Self-Inflicted Economic Crisis 0

Last week, Mongolia’s parliament appointed Chimed Saikhanbileg prime minister, two weeks after Norov Altankhuyag lost a no-confidence vote. In an email interview, Julian Dierkes, associate professor at the University of

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Mongolia’s Prime Minister Ousted for Failure to Resolve Economic Woes, Corrupt Practices 0

Mongolian politics were shaken on November 5, when the parliament voted to dismiss Prime Minister Norov Altankhuyag for not addressing the country’s drastically slowing economic growth, plunging foreign investment, and

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Mongolia MPs open talks to pick new PM 0

ULAN BATOR: Mongolian lawmakers were meeting yesterday to start talks on choosing a new prime minister for the resource-rich country, an official said, but observers say it could take weeks

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Mongolia-based miners in limbo after premier ousted 0

Foreign investment in Mongolia, which is dependent on copper, coal and gold exports, has dropped sharply this year as the country has been unable to agree with global miner Rio

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