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Mongolia learns from the water purification experiences of Austria

By M.ZOLJARGAL

 

The 50th Anniversary of the Founding of Mongolian and Austrian Diplomatic Relations is taking place in 2013. As part of the anniversary, a business forum attended by officials from the two countries took place this month.

From Austria, delegates from various sectors, such as transportation, logistics, tourism, renewable energy, real estate, mining and health, as well as government agency officials and environmental experts, took part in the forum.

Entrepreneurs from Austria talked about Mongolia’s possibilities and gave advice on purifying water, treating waste water, infrastructure and environment preservation, supplying high quality excavation equipment for mining, roads, construction, plastic package manufacturing, and introducing new technology to Mongolia.

Companies producing plastic tubes, windows, and other construction materials with expanded polystyrene and expanded polypropylene technology, presented information about their operations.

Austria is one of the leading countries in the manufacturing of high quality equipment and common goods with advanced technology and design.

 

 

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