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Experts evaluate the happiness of Mongolians

                Mongolia was ranked the 50th unhappiest nation among 150 countries surveyed for the World Happiness Report 2017. The ranking of the world’s happiest...

Questions answered in Toronto

The Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) Convention, the biggest mining exhibition in the world, has taken place in Toronto every year since...

Behind the scenes of March 8

March 8 is marked every year to celebrate the achievements of women. Mongolia is one of few countries that has declared the day a...

Debt drama

It has been half a year since Mongolia nearly became insolvent due to its debt. As a result, the government spent six months looking...

Swimmer Sh.Davaadorj preps for 2022 Winter Olympics

Around 200 people competed in the State Swimming Championship of Mongolia last year. Half of these swimmers were teenagers between the ages of 14...

Free up prices and dismantle monopolies

Setting prices using laws and rules, instead of letting the market regulate itself, is only beneficial to decision makers. It hurts consumers and causes...

A mindset on life support

In 2006, when Columbia University's Professor Edmund Phelps accepted the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences in Stockholm, Sweden, he stressed that the attitude...

Rio Tinto announces 3.6 billion USD in shareholder returns in 2016

Rio Tinto announced a 4.62 billion USD annual net profit for 2016 and that shareholders were rewarded with a buy-back totaling 3.6 billion USD...

Ministry of Finance reports on arrival of IMF representatives

International Monetary Fund (IMF) representatives arrived in Ulaanbaatar on January 30, with another team arriving on January 31, and another team set to arrive...

Erdenet’s 49 percent stake is private ownership

In a democracy with a free market, the government is accountable for protecting public safety, human rights, and rights to personal property. Government institutions...