The developed world’s economic recovery gained momentum in the fourth quarter as the combined gross domestic product of the world’s industrialized economies grew at its strongest pace since the first quarter of 2007.
Mongolia rests on billions of dollars’ worth of copper, gold, uranium and coal reserves, in such vast quantities that the country and its population are predicted a great influx of wealth in the near future.
The Standing Committee on Security and Foreign Policy has asked the Government to investigate why 12 mining licenses, granted near the Mardai uranium deposit and apparently in violation of the law, have not yet been cancelled.
Former Prime Minister S. Bayar prolonged illness and absence has led to increasing pressure from various sections of the MPRP on the party’s administrative board to set a date for a general conference where a new chairman will be chosen.
WASHINGTON, Feb 23, 2010 (Xinhua via COMTEX) -- The World Bank Tuesday approved a 10 million U.S. dollars scale up of the highly innovative Index Based Livestock Insurance Project (IBLIP) to help Mongolian herders.