Location: The Continental Hotel, Ulaanbaatar
Description: The Canadian Embassy in Ulaanbaatar invites the mining community of Mongolia to attend the “PDAC 2010” Networking Reception. This event is a platform to exchange information with your peers, share knowledge and experiences, build relationships and create new business contacts.
Join a wide variety of professionals representing both Mongolian and international companies spanning the entire spectrum of the minerals and mining sector.

Canada is the proud host of the biggest mining investment show in the world. Let us tell you
more about it.
PDAC 2010 will be held in March 7-10, 2010 in Toronto, Canada. PDAC is the one place where
everyone from the industry meets under one roof. It is the place to look for potential clients,
suppliers, customers, partners, investors and new technologies. Exhibitors at PDAC will
showcase their businesses and speakers will come from around the world.
PDAC\’s annual convention is the premier event in the global exploration and mining sector. So it
is worth its price in gold to attend it for the interesting meetings, training courses and other events.
Start Time: 18:00
Date: 2010-02-11
End Time: 20:00



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