Friday, March 11, 2016

Denison retains Canadian focus

Denison Mines will focus on its activities in Canada's Athabasca Basin in 2016, according to the company's end-of-year analysis.

Share of European countries in IIB nears 50% as Hungary pays in capital

The share of European's countries ownership of International Investment Bank (IIB) has almost reached 50% after its newest member Hungary paid in its share capital this month.

Tibet supporters march in Taiwan's capital to mark uprising day

Taipei, March , 2016 — Hundreds of Tibetans and Taiwanese supporters from more 20 civic groups and lawmakers marched through downtown Taipei, on Sunday, in a call to free Tibet and uphold human rights in Tibet, to mark the 57th anniversary of Tibetan national Uprising Day, protest against the occupation of Tibet in 1959.

Three Canadian provinces in top ten of Fraser Institute’s Policy Perception Index

TORONTO ( – Three Canadian provinces rated tops in the Fraser Institute’s Policy Perception Index (PPI), although Australia surpassed Canada in 2015 to become the most attractive region in the world for investment. 

The Am Law 100: Profits Dip at Shearman & Sterling

After two strong years of catch-up, Shearman & Sterling's turnaround plan hit a speed bump in 2015.

5 Leadership Lessons No One Ever Taught Donald Trump

I despise Donald Trump. For me, it's not a party line issue.

Hockey up high

ZURICH – Ice Hockey could be headed to the Himalayas.

Housing -- the new price of education

Parents want the best for their kids, and, for some, the cost is no issue.

Sri Sri Mega world event all set to begin tomorrow

With the National Green Tribunal (NGT) showing green flag, the World Culture Festival organised by the Art of Living (AOL) Foundation on the Yamuna flood plains is all set to commence from tomorrow, although controversies are still revolving around the three-day mega event.

Denison Mines Corp (DNN) Lowered to Sell at Zacks Investment Research

According to Zacks, “DENISON MINES CORPORATION is the premier intermediate uranium producer in North America, with mining assets in the Athabasca Basin Region of Saskatchewan, Canada and the southwest United States including Colorado, Utah, and Arizona.

Terror threat? On eve of mega event, Yamuna floodplain turns into a security fortress

With terror threat looming large, there has been a heightened level of security preparedness at Yamuna floodplains where the World Culture Festival 2016, being organised by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s Art of Living, is due to kick off from 11 March.

Inner Mongolia Yitai Coal : Yitai Coal terminates preference shares issuance

[ET Net News Agency, 10 March 2016] Inner Mongolia Yitai Coal (03948) said it decided to terminate the issuance of preference shares in light of the downward trend of market interest rate recently, and considering that the cost of issuing preference shares is higher than that of other financial instruments.

Mongolia puts e-learning to the test

In Mongolia's rural provinces, not everyone is familiar with computers and journalists are less digitally connected than their counterparts in the capital Ulan Bator.

D.Batjargal: Mongolia could be a wealthy location for business development

By B.Martha

Anviz Biometrics Tech Protects Trade and Development Bank of Mongolia

The Trade and Development Bank of Mongolia (TDB) has new biometric access control systems for its rooms and elevators, as well as a time and attendance tracking system, via Anviz Global technology.

Climate change in Mongolia destroying pastures on which nomadic herders rely

Daashka and his brother tear across the Mongolian steppe on a motorbike in a desperate search for somewhere to graze their herds.

Thursday, March 10, 2016


The latest World Exploration Trends report from SNL Metals & Mining reveals that the global exploration sector continues to struggle against strong market headwinds.


Well, that was shortlived. The rally that had investors clambering back into mining stocks came to an abrupt end today, as disappointing export data from China showed continuing signs of weakness in the world’s top commodities consumer.

India duo post Asian records to win gold at IPC Athletics Asia-Oceania Championships

India enjoyed success on the third day of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Athletics Asia-Oceania Championships as Anandan Gunasekaran and Ramkaran Singh earned golds in Dubai.

Gobbling up a windfall: Oil prices destined to stay low for now, India must not let this opportunity go

Ah, cheap oil, forever, whatever. The American wish is finally coming true.

CWA hold seminar on Mongolia

State International Officer, Mrs Joy Granger, gave a Welcome to Country before welcoming all present at the Country of Study Seminar on Mongolia held on Saturday, January 30.

Cambodia and Mongolia sign air accord

PHNOM PENH, 9 March 2016: Cambodia has signed a bilateral air service agreement with Mongolia that could theoretically pave the way for direct flights between the two Asian countries.

Appeal for justice in the killing of journalist in Mongolia

This statement was originally published on GIC's Facebook page on 29 February 2016.

Slowing Chinese demand of coal to hurt Mongolia — report

Mongolia's pipeline of new coal projects and the potential development of Rio Tinto's Tavan Tolgoi coal project will see the country's overall coal output grow at an accelerated pace.

For Mongolians, climate change is as personal as it gets

When the world adopted the newest climate agreement during the United Nations climate change conference — or COP21 — in Paris, France, last December, an urgent warning was sounded: The effects of climate change will only worsen if nothing is done to address the problem.

Dormitory Seeks to Keep Young Adventists in Church in Mongolia

After seeing 70 percent of university students vanish in the city, church leaders pin their hopes on a new dormitory.POSTED MARCH 7, 2016

Hockey Night in Mongolia

You know you're far from a hockey hotbed when the closest sporting goods store is a 15-hour train ride away in Siberia.

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Mongolia Settles Dispute with Mining Company

Mongolia reached a settlement over an arbitration award requiring the government to pay $100 million to Canada-based Khan Resources, according to Reuters.

Khan Resources to receive US$70M to settle Mongolia dispute

The Mongolian government will pay Canada’s Khan Resources Inc. to resolve a seven-year dispute over lost mining licenses, signaling a new willingness to attract foreign investment.

Monday, March 7, 2016


The rally in the price of iron ore continued on Thursday with the Northern China benchmark import price advancing to a four-and-a-half month high.