We would like to thank our “Corporate” member Worley Engineering LLC for their generous donation of 12,000 pieces of masks for our PPE donation project AustCham Mongolia intends to donate much-needed PPE to the medical professionals fighting on the frontlines for the greater good of society. If you would like to support our initiative by…
Dear AustCham Mongolia Members and Friends, We are happy to present our e-Newsletter issue No.20. This special /Naadam/ issue was prepared in English and Mongolian for the first time. Hope you will find the information useful and interesting. If you have any comments or feedback please contact us at email@example.com. To view the Mongolian version please CLICK HERE, for the English version please CLICK HERE. Happy…
AustCham Mongolia successfully organised “Australian Residency Tax Changes & Tax Implications for Expats” live webinar with SMATS Group. We also appreciate our fellow AustChams in Asia: ANZCham – Australia New Zealand Chamber of Commerce, Taipei, Australian and New Zealand Chamber of Commerce in Japan, AusCham Cambodia, AustCham Thailand, Australian Chamber of Commerce in Korea –…
The Government of Mongolia and the Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MNCCI) announced the TOP 100 Enterprises that have made valuable contributions to Mongolia’s social and economic development. AustCham Mongolia’s proud members Oyu Tolgoi, Худалдаа хөгжлийн банк / Trade and Development Bank, Golomt Bank, Thiess Mongolia LLC, Unitel Group LLC, Worley, MSM Group…
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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.
We currently have 58 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.
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.
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.
Our proud “Corporate-Plus” member Sandvik Mining and Rock Solutions /Sandvik Mongolia/ joined the initiative to plant 90,000 trees to mark the occasion of the 90th anniversary of Umnugovi aimag and planted 100 trees seedlings in the green area of Khanbogd soum, Umnugovi aimag. Thank you…
In addition to economic development, investment and financing decisions should take into account whether the project is environmentally friendly, harmful to human health, and socially beneficial. As a result, not only the financial institution but also the customer’s risk is reduced and it becomes a…
EBRD Mongolia hosted the first public-private sector dialogue on creating a supportive environment for women entrepreneurship in Mongolia
Sustainable mechanism for public-private sector dialogue on women entrepreneurship and challenges faced by women in business Mongolia is actively engaging in policy dialogue and economic cooperation towards EBRD’s Women in Business Project. The country is expected to improve its international ranking among Central Asian nations…
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