Today marks the 95th anniversary of the adoption of the first Constitution of Mongolia, proclaiming the Mongolian People’s Republic. More specifically, it was on November 26, 1924 that Mongolia approved its core legal principles and a new political system. With the adoption of the first Constitution, it not only strengthened the many socioeconomic achievements, but…
Dear Members and Friends, We ask that you stay vigilant and cautious during these uncertain times. Please follow the below guidelines and protect yourself and others from the spread of the virus. “A truck driver that had been put under home isolation after their 21-day institutional isolation and his spouse have tested positive for the…
Pfizer Soars as Vaccine Prevents 90% of Covid Cases in Study. A vaccine developed by Pfizer Inc. and BioNTech SE protects most people from Covid-19, according to a study whose early findings sent stock prices surging and were hailed by the top U.S. infectious-disease specialist as “extraordinary.” The shot prevented more than 90% of symptomatic infections in the trial…
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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 55 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.
[Membership Update] We are thrilled to announce that Orica Mongolia LLC has joined AustCham as a new “Company” member . Orica is the world’s largest provider of commercial explosives and innovative blasting systems to the mining, quarrying, oil and gas, and construction markets, a leading…
Due to the Government’s decision to postpone mortgage loan payments until July 1, 2021, our members “Golomt Bank” and Trade and Development Bank of Mongolia are virtually receiving the request of their customers to change their terms of loan agreements. If you want to defer…
Today is the National Pride Day – the 858th anniversary of the birth of Great Chinggis Khaan, which customarily falls on the first day of winter according to the Mongolian Lunar Calendar. The day has been celebrated as a public holiday since 2012. #proudday#keepsafe#staystrong
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