|By PR Newswire||
|January 23, 2014 02:30 AM EST||
LONDON, January 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
As Mongolia's double digit growth continues and government policy becomes increasingly foreign investor friendly, the attention of Western investors has once again turned to the resource rich country. Its vast untapped mineral potential is well documented and Mongolia's booming mining industry is now driving growth across the wider economy. From real estate and infrastructure, to energy, power and finance the opportunities for investment are diverse and growing.
Senior experts across various industries including mining, energy, real estate, infrastructure, power and finance will be gathering this May in London at the 2nd Annual Mongolia Investment Summit. They will be joined by Mongolian government representatives including:
- Bayarsaikhan Tsevelmaa, Minister for Construction and Urban Development, Ministry of Construction and Urban Development, Mongolia
- Ochirbat Chuluunbat, Vice Minister for Economic Development, Ministry of Economic Development, Mongolia
- Naidansuren Zoljargal, Governor Central Bank of Mongolia, Mongolia
- Dorjpurev Dulamsuren, Vice Minister for Energy, Ministry of Energy, Mongolia
- Otgochuluu Chuluuntseren, Director, Department of Strategic Policy and Planning, Ministry of Mining, Mongolia
Bringing Mongolia's diverse opportunities directly to the Londoninvestment community the Mongolia Investment Summit London 2014 will build on the resounding success of the 2013 event; the 2014 summit will bring more investors and an expanded programme to guarantee an unparalleled opportunity to showcase Mongolia's vast investment potential. - Robert Wilson, Event Director.
What did the attendees say last year?
"The conference was uplifting for Mongolia……. at a difficult patch in what we believe will be Mongolia's ultimate huge success." - Jim Dwyer, Business Council of Mongolia
For more information, visit http://www.mongoliainvestmentsummit.com/london or call: +44(0)207-216-6056.
Official supporters and partners include: Mines and Money, Business Council of Mongolia, Mining Magazine, Mining Journal and Ministry of Economic Development.
Resourceful Events is a leading organiser of market leading industry conferences, investment summits and training courses. From its offices in the City of London the company researches and puts together events that provide crucial market information and networking opportunities to many business sectors including mining, tunnelling and investment.
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