Mongol-999 appoints Governing Board

Mongolian companies who want to participate in the exploration of the Tavantolgoi coal deposit have formed a consortium called Mongol-999. The name was chosen as the organizers though they would have around 1,000 members, but almost 1,600 companies have so far expressed their interest in joining. Every company which wants to join will have to pay MNT1 million. Tg.

Over three days last week the organizers discussed the rules and regulations of the consortium and also appointed a Governing Board which was announced only on Sunday. The 15 members of the Governing Board are: include

Ch.Enkhtaiwan, Director of Tsgaan Shonkhor;

Ts.Myanganbayar, Director of Mongol Gazar;

D.Bat-Erdene, Director of Ajnai Group and a former MP;

D.Tserenjigmed, Director of Max Group;

B.Lkhagvajav, Director of Urbanek and head of the National Soyombo movement;

D.Sukhbaatar, Director of Mongol Medleg;

N.Ariunbold, Director of Mongol Basalt;

S.Otgonbaatar, Director of Brauhaus;

N.Amarbaatar, Director of Bars Group;

B.Munkhbaatar, Director of Andyn Service;

S.Baymbaa, former deputy director of Erdenet;

N.Enkhsaikhan, Director of Mon-Laa;

G.Purevsuren, Director of United Friends;

U.Munkhbat, economist; and


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