• 21 Nov 2005
  • OECD
  • Pages: 134
This publication contains an overview of securities markets in the Central Asian countries and selected country reports that provide comprehensive data and analyses of markets in the region.
  • 07 Dec 2000
  • OECD
  • Pages: 104
This Investment Guide provides an overview of the conditions for foreign direct investment in Mongolia.
Mongolia ratified the UNCAC in January 2006. It has been a member of the APG since 2004. The Mongolian legal system is based primarily on the continental civil law system but with vestiges of the Soviet legal system. Its criminal bribery offences ...
Mongolia has a long history of uranium exploration commencing with joint Russian and Mongolian endeavours to 1957. Initial success was obtained in the Saddle Hills area of northeastern Mongolia (Dornod and Gurvanbulag regions) where uranium is ...
The Mongolian Constitution of 1992 prohibits all forms of discrimination, stating that “no person may be discriminated against on the basis of ethnic origin, language, race, age, sex, social origin or status, property or post, religion, opinion, or ...
The government of Mongolia has taken the measures in sequential order to transfer to the market economy. In this framework, the government of Mongolia has been developing the securities market for the first time in history.
On 18th January 1991, the Mongolian Stock Exchange (MSE) was established for the purpose ofprivatization of state-owned enterprises and organizing securities to be traded further.
The Central Asian countries, Azerbaijan and Mongolia have gradually developed their securities markets with their banking sector reforms after the collapse of the communist regime. Although the market infrastructure in the region has been moderately ...
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