MONGOLIA INVESTMENT SUMMIT 2010, HONG KONG, OCTOBER 14

The Mongolia Investment Summit 2010 in Hong Kong on October 14 will explore the many exciting investment opportunities on offer, as Mongolia takes advantage of its mineral-rich geology and location next to China - the world’s fastest growing consumer of natural resources.
Conference highlights include:

• A range of 10-minute company presentations showcasing major investment opportunities in Mongolia
• Insights into the investment climate in Mongolia from a range of high-level government and industry speakers including D. Zorigt, Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy
• Update on the privatization of State-owned enterprises from D. Sugar, Chairman, State Property Committee
• Insights from the leading companies in Mongolia’s banking and investment community
• Keynote from Rio Tinto on the Oyu Tolgoi project and the implications for future investment.
To view the full line up of speakers at the Summit, visit www.MiningInvestmentInsight.com.
Mongolia Investment Summit is co-organized with Foreign Investment and Foreign Trade Agency (FIFTA) ensuring the full support of the Mongolian government and key organizations within Mongolia including the Business Council of Mongolia and the Mongolia National Mining Association. The Business Council of Mongolia is a supporting association for this event and as such there is a 15% discount for their members. Please indicate your membership when registering online.
Trade and Development Bank of Mongolia is the Platinum Sponsor, and the Gold Sponsors are Khan Bank, Mongolia Development Resources, Mongolia Energy Corporation and SouthGobi Resources.
To book, please visit www.mininginvestmentinsight.com or call +852 2219 011.

Source:www.mininginvestmentinsight.com
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