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Archaeologists unearth lost fortress of Genghis Khan in western Mongolia
Japanese and Mongolian archaeologists said Feb. 26 that they have discovered the remains of a 13th-century military outpost established for Mongol conqueror Genghis Khan (c. 1162-1227) in southwestern Mongolia.
Crumbling tower in ancient Mongolian ruins offers clues about Khitan history
Japanese researchers who made the first comprehensive study in six decades of a crumbling brick tower from an 11th-century fortress town in eastern Mongolia say their findings shed light on the little-known nomadic Khitan people.
Small Japanese firms find big business opportunities in Mongolia
SHISUI, Chiba Prefecture–Sake brewer Iinuma Honke Corp. is daring to try to change the drinking habits in the vodka-loving nation of Mongolia, pitching its mainstay Kinoene brand, which boasts a fragrant, dry flavor.
Softbank’s Son battling to overhaul Japan’s electric industry landscape
GOBI DESERT, Mongolia–A dry wind howls through a highland stretching as far as the eye can see in the lonely desert here in southern Mongolia.
Orix to enter capital alliance with Mongolian financial group
Orix Corp. announced May 23 that it will enter the Mongolian market through a capital alliance with TenGer Financial Group.
Mongolia looks to Japan to get out of China’s economic shadow
ULAN BATOR–A businesswoman found herself rebuffed when she attempted to change her Chinese restaurant in the heart of Ulan Bator to attract the multitude of immigrants from China.
Volunteering: Give a little, get back a lot
Some Tokyo families soaked up the sun at beach resorts in Bali or Phuket last summer. Not Mark Haber. This seven-year American resident of Tokyo, his wife Chiyo, and his 15-year-old daughter Sarah spent five days in Erdenet, Mongolia, where they poured concrete foundations, fabricated wooden roof supports and erected walls for eight new homes, [...]
Гейтнер: второй волны кризиса не будет
Министр финансов США Тимоти Гейтнер не ожидает второй волны банковского коллапса и говорит, что правительство, при необходимости, готово поддержать привлечение капитала. Об это в воскресенье пишет японская пресса.