ULAANBAATAR, MONGOLIA--(Marketwire - July 27, 2012) - Sharyn Gol JSC (MSE: SHG) ("Sharyn Gol") is pleased to announce that the Ministry of Nature, Environment and Tourism has accepted its Environmental Impact Assessment Report for the planned new open pit mine at the Shaazgait thermal coal deposit ("Shaazgait").
Member of Parliament, Minister of Human Development and Social Welfare, S.Erdene and the Head of the Administration of Social Assistance and Public Services, D.Bayrsaikhan, answered questions about social welfare
The inaugural participation of Mongolia in a major continental futsal competition shows that the game has come of age in the world’s 19th largest nation which has football-unfriendly weather as one of its many challenges to develop the game.
Messrs. Diamond, Fukuyama, and Krasner are correct to question many American commentators' often unrealistic expectations for those Asian states—whether one-time Soviet republics or client states such as Mongolia—struggling to emerge from a shared history of strongmen, emperors, and Soviet-style dictatorship ("Mongolia's Next Challenge," op-ed, Sept. 25)
On the 1st of September 2012, 17.6 thous.tons of potatoes, 15.4 thous.tons of vegetables were harvested and 332.2 thous.tons of gross hay harvest, 4.6 thous.tons of handmade fodder were produced. Compared to same period of the previous year, potatoes rose by 687 t or 4.1 percent, vegetables down by 4.1 thous.t or 20.9 percent, gross hay harvest down by 100.3 thous.t or 23.2 percent, and handmade fodder down by 4.7 thous.t or 50.7 percent.
Though Mongolia is experiencing a boost in its economic development, the gap between the rich and poor is increasing. It is therefore important to tackle the reformation of social welfare’s basic services for low income citizens and deal with the prudent allocation of wealth immediately.