Negotiations continue between Mongolia and the Eurasian Economic Commission on the possibility of concluding an agreement on a free trade area.
The Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) is considering an opportunity of establishing free trade zones with Indonesia and Mongolia.
The Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) is conducting necessary work to conclude free trade agreements with Egypt, India, Indonesia, and Mongolia. In particular, EAEU plan to resume the negotiation process in the first half of the year, to hold negotiations along the tracks that they have.
South Korea and Mongolia will lower tariffs on some products starting next year, as Ulaanbaatar joined a regional trade pact known as the Asia-Pacific Trade Agreement.
Cambodia is studying the possibility of a bilateral free trade agreement with Mongolia.
Mongolia joins founding members Bangladesh, India, Laos, South Korea and Sri Lanka as well as China, its biggest trading partner.
South Korea plans to bolster economic ties with Russia, Mongolia and other Central Asian nations and use the momentum to buttress recovery of the export-driven economy.
Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi urged Mongolia to speed up the free trade agreement talks.
China’s Belt and Road initiative could play an important role in accelerating Mongolia’s economic growth by improving regional infrastructure, trade and investment, former Prime Minister Sukhbaatar Batbold said in an interview on Monday.
Mongolia and Russia have agreed to work toward a free trade agreement to expand bilateral economic cooperation.
The second consultative meeting of Mongolia-US Economic Policy Dialogue in Washington, DC to discuss views on wide range of issues on bilateral economic ties.
China and Mongolia should begin research into a free trade agreement and speed up the launch of a cross-border cooperation zone in a bid to make use of the two countries complimentary advantages, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said Monday.
How poor countries like Mongolia may be losing millions because of corporate tax practices and legal loopholes.
Mongolian Prime Minister expressed strong expectations for an economic partnership agreement with South Korea.
Mongolian Prime Minister Ukhnaa Khurelsukh has expressed strong expectations for a possible economic deal with South Korea, in the latest push to boost bilateral trade and investment. Both the countries, in year 2016 began talks on a bilateral economic partnership agreement, which is similar to a free trade deal and focuses on the industrial and investment sectors.
Mongolian Prime Minister J.Erdenebat has proposed to sign a free trade agreement with the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU).
South Korea and Mongolia have agreed to seek a free trade pact to expand bilateral economic cooperation
Mongolia’s web of international investment agreements and the promise of development
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Mongolian Prime Minister Chimed Saikhanbileg to advance economic cooperation between the two countries on the back of a free trade agreement