Ceremony to Ink Oyu Tolgoi investment agreement to be held at 3 pm tomorrow

Ceremony to ink of Oyu Tolgoi investment agreement will be held tomorrow at 3 pm (on Oct 6,2009) in main ceremonial hall of the Government House. For Mongolian side, Zorigt Dashdorj, the Minister of Minerals and Energy, Bayartsogt Sangajav, the Finance Minister and Gansukh Luumed, the Minister of Environment and Tourism and for Ivanhoe and Rio Tinto, Brent Clayton, General Director of Copper division of the Rio Tinto International Holdings Ltd and Keith Marshall, General director of the Ivanhoe Mines Mongolia Inc, Peter Meredith, Board Chairman of Ivanhoe Mines Ltd will sign the Investment Agreement.

Enebish, Executive director of "Erdenes MGL" -state owned company for Mongolia and John Foniani, Executive Vice President in charge of legal affairs of Ivanhoe Oyu Tolgoi/BVI Ltd and Peter Meredith, Vice Chairman of Board of "Oyu Tolgoi Netherlands BV" company and Keith Marshall, General Director of the Ivanhoe Mines Mongolia Inc for investors will sign the Shareholders' Agreement.

Bayartsogt Sangajav, the Finance Minister and Keith Marshall, general Director of the Ivanhoe Mines Mongolia Inc will sign agreement on prepayment.
President Elbegdorj, Speaker Demberel, Prime Minister Bayar and Government officials and legislators of the Khural and representatives of business and NGO sector and citizens will participate in the signing ceremony.
By Ganbat, reporter of MonInfo News Service
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