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MNGMultiple-image Network Graphics (PNG-like image format supporting multiple images, animation and transparency)
MNGMongolia (ISO Country code)
MNGMultinodular Goiter
MNGManager/Management
MNGMeet 'n Greet
MNGMulti-Nodular Goiter
MNGMultinucleated Gonocytes (fetal testicular development)
MNGmu-negative
MNGMulti-Network Gateway
MNGMaine Natural Gas Company
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China, Mongolia and Russia are not only friendly neighbors, but also comprehensive strategic partners of cooperation and important members of the "One Belt & One Road" corridor.
The ADB President acknowledged the rapid progress Mongolia has made in lowering its poverty rate particularly in rural areas to a national average of 21.
Besides the president, Meredov also met with Prime Minister of Mongolia Chimed Saikhanbileg.
The Government of Mongolia under its new Prime Minister has been working successfully to reposition the country as an attractive and welcoming economy for foreign investors.
Welcoming the Mongolian delegation, Majid Al Shamsi stressed on the importance of enhancing bilateral ties between Dubai and Mongolia, which he said will be further strengthened following this high-profile visit by the country's Prime Minister and his accompanying delegation.
HK), a gas operator and distributor with nationwide coverage in China, has formed a joint venture Inner Mongolia Oil and Gas Investment Joint-stock Co.
The United States established diplomatic relations with Mongolia in 1987.
Unfortunately, there has been no significant transformation in this area; a recent UNDP Human Development Report (2013: 5) states that 'the intensity of deprivation--that is, the average percentage of deprivation experienced by people living in multi-dimensional poverty--in Mongolia was 41%.
UKTI's international trade team in Birmingham is to lead an Explore Mongolia seminar next month, to help firms do business with the East Asian country expected to be the fastest growing economy in the world over the next two decades.
UKTI's international trade team in Birmingham is to lead an Explore Mongolia seminar next month, to help firms do more business with the East Asian country which is expected to be the fastest growing economy in the world over the next two decades.
Farooq Abdullah to President Tsakhia Elbegdorj of Mongolia at Ulnbtar today.
The refinery will start operations in around a year, according to Bloomberg, and Mongolia will re-import the refined products to meet market demand.