Expo Mongolia looks to attract foreign trade to multiple sectors


Expo Mongolia 2015 launched at Buyant Ukhaa Sports Palace on Monday, bringing together 80 companies from different nations and many more foreign guests interested in collaborating in mining and other sectors of industry in Mongolia.
The trade fair is taking place following Future Mongolia 2013 and 2014. This year, German businesses attended in larger numbers than other guest nations, standing out on the exhibit floor and unveiling their expertise, particularly in the mining sector. In addition to technology on display for mining extraction, exhibitor booths displayed eco-friendly solutions for both mining and construction.
Minister of Mongolia Ch.Enkhsaikhan officiated at the opening of Expo Mongolia and expressed his hope to improve declining foreign trade in Mongolia. He noted that many companies will hold discussions to conclude contracts that will benefit both themselves and Mongolia.
He highlighted that Mongolia stood at 70 out of 189 economies in the world in the “Doing Business 2015 Report” published by the World Bank, and that hopefully more business partnerships will be initiated in the country following the fair.
The exhibit is taking place under the theme “Building Mongolia’s Future”, and a number of embassies and heads of government and non-governmental organizations were present at the opening to show their support for the aim of the event.
Ambassador of Germany to Mongolia Gerhard Thiedemann, Ambassador of the Czech Republic to Mongolia Ivana Grollova, the State Secretary General of the Ministry of Energy of Mongolia, and other officials were there to deliver short speeches at the event and participated in cutting the ribbon to open Expo Mongolia.
Companies from Mongolia, Germany, Russia, the Czech Republic, Austria, Belgium, Italy, Russia, and Singapore are participating in the event, which will wrap up today at 3:00 p.m., after three successful days.
Eleven organizations from Mongolia participated in the expo. The National Chamber of Commerce and Industry, German Mongolian Institute for Resources and Technology, Business Council of Mongolia, SRP Engineer Consulting Mongolia, Forbes Mongolia, and The UB Post were among them, offering their services and products.
Visitors and participating officials were able to take part in numerous presentations from both organizers and businesses. The fair participants not only provided information to guests, but exchanged views and introductions.
Today, eight presentations will be offered on topics such as “Current situation of the Roads and Transportation industry and partnerships opportunities” and “Encouraging businesses by providing loan guarantees”.
Expo Mongolia is being organized by JV Consult Mongolia LLC, JV Consult Messe Management, and planetfair Group. They have promised to hold Expo Mongolia annually in upcoming years.

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