AustCham & British Chamber/China-Britain Business Council & German Chamber Beijing Breakfast Seminar: Economic Development & Investment Opportunities in Mongolia

Hogan Lovells is pleased to invite you to the breakfast seminar "Economic Development & Investment Opportunities in Mongolia", co-hosted by the German Chamber of Commerce in China, British Chamber of Commerce/China Britain Business Council and the Australian Chamber of Commerce in Beijing.

In 2011, the Mongolian economy grew a staggering 17.3% and 2012 is likely to better that. For players in the energy, transport, infrastructure, property development or capital investment sectors, this seminar will provide an opportunity to gain insight into the fast-growing potential of Mongolia, the world’s second-largest landlocked country with vast unexploited mineral resources, and the next frontier of global economic growth.

Michael Aldrich, managing partner of Hogan Lovells Ulaanbaatar office, will provide his perspectives on the following:

•The June elections and likely impact on the country’s policy (see Newsflash and article).

•Planned public-private infrastructure projects and IPO potential

•A chronology of mineral developments for the next 5-10 years

•The challenges and opportunities of starting or expanding a business in Mongolia

Michael has been a regular visitor to Mongolia since 1993 and has been resident in Ulaanbaatar since April 2009. He is the first international lawyer resident in Mongolia and is currently advising both the Mongolian Government and public and private enterprises.

Additional insights will be provided by Gerhard Wackenhut from Nomin Holding Co., Ltd. He will outline the investment situation in Mongolia, including on-going continuous business and investment from companies already invested in China and his practical experience in dealing with Mongolian business partners and government administration.

To register please click the following links:

Australian Chamber

British Chamber/China-Britain Business Council

German Chamber of Commerce - North China


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