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Mongolia: Mining deal signals Mongolia’s return to the stage

Ivanhoe claims GDP could get 30% lift; Deal expected to be worth $4 billion


 

A new beginning: the Oyu Tolgoi mine

Nine years after it first began exploring the Oyu Tolgoi gold and copper deposits in Mongolia, Canadian firm Ivanhoe and its larger partner Rio Tinto have secured the mining rights deal that could transform the country’s economic prospects. The long-awaited deal, signed on October 6 – the most auspicious day of the year according to the Mongolian-Tibetan Buddhist calendar – allows Ivanhoe and Rio Tinto to mine the site’s deposits after completing investments projected to total $4 billion. News of the deal will come as a relief to almost everyone with a stake in Mongolia’s future: from the foreign mining companies and investors who had begun to despair of realizing the potential of the country to the Mongolian people who faced declining employment prospects.

"The impact of this deal will be huge," says Chad Blewitt, CFO of...


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