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India invites new Mongolian President, a known China critic
NEW DELHI: India has invited Mongolia’s new President, Khaltmaa Battulga, days after he won the election, a development which assumes significance amid the India-China standoff since he is a vocal China critic and has been arguing against Mongolia’s economic dependence on China.
‘India-Mongolia cooperation signals to Beijing that India can play the geopolitical game in China’s backyard’
Along with its land border dispute with India and sea boundary disputes with several other neighbouring countries in the South China Sea, China also has tensions with Mongolia. The recent election of China critic Khaltmaa Battulga as Mongolia’s new president has strategic implications and PM Narendra Modi has already reached out inviting him to India. [...]
Exim Bank extends its second largest credit of $1-bn to Mongolia
The Exim Bank has extended a line of credit (LoC) worth USD 1 billion to Mongolia for developing its railways and related infrastructure.
India, Mongolia begin joint army exercise
GWALIOR: The Indian and Mongolian armies today began a 15-day joint training exercise here with an aim to enhance interoperability between the security forces of the two nations during UN peacekeeping missions.
Cyber-spying fallout: Govt may restrict usage of Google’s Gmail for employees
BANGALORE/NEW DELHI: The government will soon ask all its employees to stop using Google’s Gmail for official communication, a move intended to increase security of confidential government information after revelations of widespread cyber-spying by the US.
SAIL eyes Mongolia’s iron ore, coal resources
Indian steelmakers have set their sights on mineral rich Mongolia, chasing the huge mineral wealth that’s helping the once pastoral landlocked economy register one of the fastest economic growth rates in the world.
Aussie coal prices soften after cut in steel production, higher coal buys by large purchasers from Mongolia
A cut in production by steel producers and higher purchases of coking coal by large countries, from Mongolia, has led to a softening of benchmark coal prices from the traditional coal producing country, Australia. The fall in coal prices will give steel companies, including those from India, a chance to recover lost margins after the [...]
Mongolia Shining: Important lessons in inclusive growth
India’s economic gurus , now in hibernation somewhere deep inside Raisina Hill , should wake up and look at the world’s latest poster-child of reform – Mongolia . Growth there is 10% and is expected to cross 20% by 2013. Mining is big business, but citizens of this democratic country have not started to fret [...]
SAIL to set up Rs 15,000 cr plant in Mongolia
iming to spread its wings beyond the country’s border, Steel Authority of India (SAIL) will set up a three mtpa plant in Mongolia with around Rs 15,000 crore investment, provided that Asian nation ensures linkages to raw materials to feed the proposed facility. “Talks are on in this regard. If the Mongolian government provides us [...]
Best commodities where you can invest in 2011
Over the past decade, commodities have evolved into a unique asset class that is difficult to ignore. The recent boom in the commodities markets has given rise to a new class of investors who bet singularly on price movements in commodities. Commodity prices tend to follow the cyclical pattern of underlying commodities which is why [...]
UN asks China to reassess policies on Tibet, Mongolia
The United Nations has urged China to reconsider its policies in Tibet and inner Mongolia. Following his recent official visit to China, the UN special rapporteur on the Right to Food, Olivier De Schutter, has asked the Chinese government to reassess its policies which are displacing people in Tibet and Inner Mongolia. The Special Rapporteur [...]