Oxford Business Group's first report on Mongolia, The Report: Mongolia 2012, featured on UBS news. The Report: Mongolia 2012, which marks OBG's first publication on the country's economy, considers the reforms that the government is introducing to prime the mining industry for major expansion. It charts the preparations that are under way to update licensing procedures while putting the spotlight on new mines as they gear up to begin production. The publication was launched at the Blue Sky Hotel and Tower in Ulaanbaatar on March 1 which was attended by more than 250 high-profile guests, including the Prime Minister of Mongolia Sukhbaataryn Batbold who made a key-note speech at the event. The report contains contributions from Mongolia's President Ts. Elbegdorj and the Prime Minister, together with a detailed, sector-by-sector guide for investors. It provides a wide range of interviews with leading political, economic and business representatives, including Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade G. Zandanshatar, the Vice-Minister of Finance and Founder of the Mongolia Economic Forum Ch. Ganhuyag, the Chairman of the Foreign Investment and Foreign Trade Agency B. Ganzorig and Executive Director of the Business Council of Mongolia Jim Dwyer.
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Oxford Business Group launches The Report: South Africa 2012. Mr. Rob Davies, South African Minister of Trade and Industry, gives opening speech.
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