Market Profile

Mongolia is a member of the World Trade Organization and has attracted world attention for its mineral prospectivity on the back of investment in a number of strategic resource projects.

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Mongolian Mining Projects Report

The Mongolian Mining Projects Report 2015 is a guide for Australian mining equipment, technology and services (METS) exporters considering doing business in Mongolia.

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  • Imports from Mongolia A$9 million
  • Exports to Mongolia A$60 million
  • Capital Ulaanbaatar
  • Official Language Khalkh Mongol
  • Area 1,553,560 sq km
  • Population 3 million


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Country information provided by DFAT

Country brief

A comprehensive overview of political, economic and bilateral and regional trade agreements.

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Trade and economic fact sheet

Containing general information, recent economic indicators, Australia’s trade and investment relationship with Mongolia and their global merchandise trade relationship that is updated twice a year.

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The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s Smartraveller site provides advice for business travellers and tourists going to Mongolia. This is regularly updated and should be checked before planning travel.

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Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative

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The EITI is supported by governments, industry, and non-government organisations around the world. The Australian Government supports the EITI and encourages Australian companies operating internationally to comply with its recommendations.

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