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Finding the next Oyu Tolgoi: all eyes on Mongolian copper

 

For too long the Mongolian mining story has focused on Rio Tinto and little else. Through its joint venture with the government, it will deliver the third largest copper mine in the world- a project that could contribute as much as 30% of the country’s GDP. With billions spent and committed, it’s little surprising minds have fixated on this project.

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Mongolian Metals Corporation (MMC)

 

Mongolian Metals Corporation is a private exploration company with a license in the heart of the highly mineralised South Gobi Copper Belt in South West Mongolia. The 75,000 hectare license is prospective for high grade copper and gold.

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Four reasons why ‘One Belt, One Road’ could help unleash Mongolia’s copper potential

 

The ‘One Belt, One Road’ (OBOR) initiative, launched by Xi Jingping, is more than an ambitious infrastructure project. It is perhaps the largest in history. It’s also the Chinese Premier’s legacy. With constitutional changes now permitting him to remain in office for life, there is an ever greater possibility of its delivery. Countries touched by it can look to consolidate trade with China, and benefit from the infrastructure dividend it brings. Here we set out four reasons why it could unleash Mongolia’s copper potential:

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Cleaner and greener: moving away from coal in 2018

While coal was Mongolia’s top performing commodity in 2017, Mongolia observers predict copper to steal the show this year. As a resource-based and export-focused economy, the outlook for Mongolia is strongly influenced by global market movements. These look set to crown copper as the country’s top earner.

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Foreign Mining Companies

 

Below is a listing of the non-Mongolian mining companies active in Mongolia. Many of them trade on stock exchanges around the world.

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