Oyutolgoi Board holds first meeting

The Representative Administrative Board of Oyutolgoi LC has held its first meeting with G.Batsukh in the chair. Over two days the board discussed and then approved working procedures and also set the date of the next meeting.

Keith Marshall, representing Ivanhoe Mines, reported that with the hiring of 1,200 employees in the past two months, the number of Mongolians working in the construction site has gone up to 1,800.

The board discussed how to increase the number of Mongolian companies supplying material and services. USD60 million worth of products must be bought by 2011. A training program will soon be submitted to the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, involving 3,000 Mongolian workers and five universities

source: www.news.mn
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