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Publisher:The Mongolian Mining Journal




Magazine Description: The Mongolian Mining Journal (MMJ), now eight years old, was the first bilingual journal to provide information on the Mongolian mining industry. At present, the MMJ is regularly mentioned at investors" conferences as the first source of Mongolian mining and economic news.

The journal also brings to readers information on mining events and conferences from all over the world. Apart from news and interviews with policy makers and those in the news, every issue of the MMJ carries pieces giving the background to political and economic developments and analyzing their likely impact on the mining sector. The MMJ always seeks the views of professional experts, lawyers, academics, foreign observers and research companies so that all reports are accurate and give divergent views.

Issues of the MMJ reach international readers, individual and corporate, through Dow Jones" Factiva channel. MMJ publications and broadcasting programs can be accessed at

The Mongolian Mining Journal is committed to independent journalism and does not seek favours from any company, politician or foreign investor. Our first issue came out at a time of hardship for the Mongolian economy. Now the country’s development trajectory is irreversible, and so is that of our growth.

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