Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Mongolia Brief May 27, 2014 Part II

Ovorkhangai to run construction

Ulaanbaatar, May 27 (MONTSAME) A total of 16 construction works are planned in this province this year.

Required 19 billion togrog have been allotted in the state budget. If to classify, one billion is to be spent on green construction and landscaping, five billion--for Bogd soum reform, five billion 441 million ---for improvement/construction of secondary schools and dormitories, 2.2 billion---for new sport complex, two billion 443 million--for hospital buildings, three billion--new thermal power station, 100 million will go to research into airport location, one billion--to flood dumb erection, and 720 million--to  condenser installation at sub-station.       
As expected, all the works will commence in June and be executed by tender-winner companies.

Mongolia-Kazakhstan intergovernmental commission meets

Ulaanbaatar, May 27 (MONTSAME) The 6th meeting of the Mongolia-Kazakhstan intergovernmental commission for the trade, economy, sciences, culture and technical cooperation ran May 26-27 in Ulaanbaatar.
The parties discussed important directions and specific measures for developing the relations and cooperation until 2016.
For example, they determined a list of measures and works to be done in investment, business, agriculture, roads, transportation, mining, regional collaboration, culture and education spheres. They also agreed to establish a middle-term programme for the cooperation.
Then, the sides signed a protocol of the intergovernmental meeting, and decided to run the next meeting in 2016 in Astana city. 
The meeting was co-chaired by Mr S.Erdene, a head of the commission's Mongolian side and Minister of Population Development and Social Welfare, and by Ms Tamara Duisenova, Kazakhstan’s Minister of Labour, Population and Social Welfare and chair of the Kazakh side. Present were J.Sukhee, the Ambassador of Mongolia to Kazakhstan; Mr K.I.Koblandin, the Ambassador of Kazakhstan to Mongolia; representatives of Ministries and provinces.
After the meeting, the Prime Minister of Mongolia N.Altankhuyag received the Kazakhstan delegation headed by Ms Tamara Duisenova. 

Direct flight to open to Kazakhstan

Ulaanbaatar, May 27 (MONTSAME) A direct flight between Mongolia and Kazakhstan will open soon.
A memorandum on it between the civil aviation organizations was established during the 6th Mongolia-Kazakhstan intergovernmental commission meeting on Tuesday in Ulaanbaatar. It was inked by Ch.Nyamsaikhan, a deputy director of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), and by T.T.Lastayev, a deputy head of the Civil Aviation Committee of Kazakhstan.

Stock exchange news for May 27

Ulaanbaatar, May 27 (MONTSAME) At the Stock Exchange trades held Tuesday, a total of 8,745 shares of 17 JSCs were traded costing MNT 11 million 115 thousand and 151.14.
"State Department Store” /2,340 units/, "Remikon" /2,100 units/, "Khokh gan” /1,300 units/, "Genco tour bureau" /1,158 units/ and "Nako tulsh” /500 units/ were the most actively traded in terms of trading volume, in terms of trading value--"Talkh chikher” (MNT five million 067 thousand and 490), "State Department Store" (MNT one million 233 thousand and 492), "Darkhan nekhii" (MNT one million and 500), "Gobi (MNT 700 thousand and 950) and "Gazar suljmel” (MNT 700 thousand).
The total market capitalization was set at MNT one trillion 537 billion 450 million 760 thousand and 650. The Index of Top-20 JSCs was 15,125.40, decreasing by MNT 111.13 or 0.73% against the previous day.

Scientific conference on int’l criminal law to run

Ulaanbaatar, May 27 (MONTSAME) A scientific conference themed “International criminal law: Urgent problems and solutions” will be held Wednesday in the National Institute of Law.
Organized by the National Intelligence Academy, the action will consider present situation of the international cooperation in combating crimes, multilateral treaties and contracts joined by Mongolia on fighting against crimes.
The conference will also discuss a legal assistance to people and difficulties in realizing convict-sharing contracts.

“Internom” names bestsellers

Ulaanbaatar, May 27 (MONTSAME) One of the biggest bookstores, the “Internom” bookshop Tuesday named the bestselling books for the last week.
A series of encyclopedia for children named “Learn it as soon as entering school” was the bestselling book. This encyclopedia contains the latest information written and illustrated in interesting ways. It consists of six chapters about the earth, natural phenomena, clothes, foods, social life, healthy growing and nature preservation.
The “Green eyed monk” by Ts.Oyungerel and J.Folton was the second bestseller. It is written for victims of the political persecution in Mongolia and their families. It was followed by the “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” by late Swedish author and journalist Stieg Larsson.
Other bestsellers are “Sorkhugtani” historic roman by B.Sarantuya; “One Hundred Years of Solitude” by Gabriel GarcĂ­a Marquez; “Science of psychotherapy” by Sh.Gereltsetseg; and “Wolf Totem” by Jiang Rong.
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