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9 hrs ago | Business Times
China's Xi Jinping began a two-day trip to neighbouring Mongolia on Thursday - the first Chinese president to visit in more than a decade - with trade high on the agenda against a backdrop of resource nationalism [ULAN BATOR] China's Xi Jinping began a two-day trip to neighbouring Mongolia on Thursday - the first Chinese president to visit in more ... (more)
9 hrs ago | Daily Times
China's Xi Jinping began a two-day trip to neighbouring Mongolia on Thursday the first Chinese president to visit in more than a decade with trade high on the agenda against a backdrop of resource nationalism.
9 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au
Trade and security relations are expected to be the main focus of the visit, and Xi is expected to address Mongolia's parliament on Friday Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in Ulan Bator on Thursday morning for a two-day state visit to Mongolia, which is expected to improve trade and security ties with his country's resource-rich neighbour.
A group of Japanese lawmakers has called on Mongolia's foreign minister to help get Japanese abductees back from North Korea.
After two decades courting Western investors and political allies, Mongolia is refocusing on foreign ties closer to home seeking to revive its economy.
The renowned adventurer has applauded Ash Dykes after he became the first man to single-handedly cross the breadth of Mongolia by saying it was 'an example of great determination' Sir Ranulph Fiennes made the comments, about Ash Dykes's record breaking, single-handed walk across 1,500 miles of harsh Mongolian terrain, yesterday.
Twenty-two-year-olds Robert Morgan, Sion Thomas and Rhys Briggs, set off on the Mongol Rally from London on July 20 in a bid to raise money for St David's Hospice Care and environmental charity Cool Earth.
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The world's greatest living explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes has praised a young Welsh adventurer for becoming the first person to walk 1,500 miles solo across Mongolia.
Mongolia is a resource rich country with increasing foreign investment which gives it the status of one of the worlds fastest growing economies with massive industrial/infrastructure mega projects underway.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 04:47 am
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