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MPs to visit Hong Kong and Japan

N.Batbayar

Ch.Saikhanbileg

By M.ZOLJARGAL

Chairman of the Cabinet Secretariat, Ch.Saikhanbileg, will pay an official visit to Hong Kong on August 4 to August 6, while the Minister of Economic Development, N.Batbayar, will be on an official visit to Japan between July 31 and August 4.
During his visit, Ch.Saikhanbileg will meet the Hong Kong Financial Secretary, Secretary for Security, Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development, and Cabinet Secretary, and will visit the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council. He will also discuss extension of the 14 day visa period to 30 days between Mongolia and Hong Kong.
As for the Minister of Economic Development, N.Batbayar, plans to discuss intensifying efforts to develop Mongolian and Japanese partnership into strategic relations, and exchange ideas on bilateral cooperation between not only the two countries, but also its ministries.
He is also set to discuss attracting investment for developing the Mongolian Ipotek Housing Loan market, expanding technical cooperation, as well as taking a soft loan from Japan for joint projects.

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