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An “Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining” conference in Selenge aimag on 27 of March, which provided support for the organisation of ASM miners and information on current ASM government policies and legis...
Interview of the Mongolian Mining Journal with E.Enkhbat, Executive Director of the Gold Producers’ Association, why the sector thinks the Gold-2 programme is good on paper but poor in execution.
At the Mongolia Gold 2018 forum, gold mining companies proposed amendments to mineral exploration licensing and corporate income tax legislation to ensure more efficient implementation of the “Gold 2”...
The comprehensive “The Survey of Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining - 2016”, which details the scope of ASM activities and the sector’s economic contributions, was officially launched on March 14.
The IGF recently launched a joint report entitled Global ASM Progress: A Review of Key Numbers and Issues.  It explored a number of topics: regional trends and updates on key ASM numbers; environment,...
The IGF is partnering with PanAfGeo to deliver training to African governments on managing artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM). The IGF has provided financial support for PanAfGeo’s WP3 program, wh...
A few days ago, the European Union (EU) announced that 17 countries which do not have a transparent tax system are on a black list, , this includesMongolia. Earlier, the EU had warned that Mongolia n...
From the 1990s to the early 2000s, Mongolia was hit by successive natural disasters that saw thousands of herders lose their income, leaving many with little option but to mine illegally.
The modern era of Mongolia’s mining sector marked its 95th anniversary in November, commemorating the first state takeover of the Nalaikh mine in 1922.