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The Government of Mongolia and Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry announced this year’s rankings of TOP-100 business enterprises. The rankings were based on 2021 data on the companies’ revenues, state budget contributions of their tax payments, the number of their employees paying social insurance premiums, net profit and total assets. Together these TOP-100…


We are pleased to announce that Blue Sky Hotel & Tower has renewed their ‘Corporate’ membership with AustCham for 2022. 👏 ✔Blue Sky is a Luxury hotel with 200 spacious and exquisitely designed guestrooms, complete with an Executive Club Lounge to attend to the sophisticated needs of today’s discerning international traveler. Whether business or pleasure brings…


We are pleased to announce that Oyu Tolgoi has renewed their ‘Corporate’ membership with AustCham for 2022. Oyu Tolgoi is a copper-gold mine in the Umnugovi aimag of Mongolia, approximately 550 kilometres south of the capital Ulaanbaatar. It holds one of the largest high-grade copper deposits in the world. Underpinned by their core value of…


Dear AustCham Mongolia Members and Friends,  We are happy to present our very first e-Newsletter issue No.22 of this year.  Hope you will find the information useful and interesting. CLICK HERE to read the newsletter. If you have any comments or feedback please contact us at oyunaa@austchammongolia.com. Regards, AustCham Mongolia


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WHAT WE OFFER

Our Role

By representing a broad cross-section of Australians and Australian companies, AustCham plays a critical role in cultivating Australia-Mongolia business relationships and meeting the growing needs of our expanding membership base.

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Our Members

We currently have 60 member companies. The majority of members are based in Mongolia. The Chamber also has an active Individual and Young Professional membership, made up of young Australians working or studying in Mongolia and Mongolians business representatives who support the building of business relationships between Mongolia and Australia.

Non-Profit

AustCham is a non-profit organisation which operates independently from government. It is funded entirely by our membership and Chamber activities.

The Chamber maintains a good working relationship with the Australian Embassy in Mongolia and Australian Trade Commission (Austrade) in Mongolia.

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Our Board

A Board of 11, who are elected by the membership, oversee the Chamber’s activities. Board members are elected for one-year terms at an Annual General Meeting held each March. Representatives of the Australian Embassy and Austrade also serve on the Board as Ex Officio Members, along with the Chamber’s General Manager. The General Manager is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the Chamber.

LATEST NEWS

Our valued ‘Corporate’ member Murray Mining Services LLC plants trees

Our valued ‘Corporate’ member Murray Mining Services LLC has joined the “Billion Tree” national movement initiated by the President U.Khurelsukh and planted 120 trees in Ulziit district on 23rd of October 2021. #wehavethebestmembers #MurrayMiningServices #Greenwall

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Our valued ‘Company’ member Unitel Group LLC unveils new product

Dear Members & Friends, We are pleased to share that today our valued member Unitel Group LLC is unveiling their new product specifically developed for the expat community here in Mongolia. It is now much easier to choose the best package that meets your requirement…

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AustCham Mongolia’s Executive Luncheon

On October 8th, 2021, AustCham Mongolia has successfully organised our Executive Luncheon, proudly sponsored by our Corporate Member MSM Group LLC, on the subject of “#Economic_Recovery” with key experts and decision makers of the economic sector of Mongolia. We appreciate our exclusive guests to share…

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