Develop by Leaps and BoundsEconomy
Ulaanbaatar, July 10, 2023 /MONTSAME/. Mongolia Economic Forum-2023 continued with the plenary session "New Future-New Opportunities."
CNN's international correspondent Mark Stewart acted as a moderator of the plenary session "New Future-New Opportunities," Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Economy and Development Ch. Khurelbaatar, Global Chairman of Investment Banking at JP Morgan Jennifer Nason, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Rio Tinto Group Dominic Barton, Asian Development Bank Vice President Ashok Lavasa, and MCS Group founder J. Odjargal participated as panelists and discussed various topics as economics, new technologies, geopolitics and English. J. Odjargal, the founder of MCS Group, said, "Right now, we have an opportunity to develop by leaps and bounds. Mongolia has the natural resources and renewable energy to rapidly implement the green energy transition that is being discussed around the world.”
Dominic Barton, Chairman of the Board of Rio Tinto Group, said that we are meeting today to discuss the future of Mongolia and to realize the enormous potential of this country's economic growth and development. We do not see the future of Mongolia as ore or raw materials. I think it's human. The biggest reason why we fully believe in Mongolia's future is its people. Mongolia is a country that thinks at the level of an open world, full of energy. As a company operating in Mongolia, it must contribute to the realization of Mongolia's aspirations. As a company with long-term responsibility, we are fully committed to contributing to the achievement of Mongolia's goals.
Global Chairman of Investment Banking at JP Morgan Jennifer Nason believes that Mongolia today is a country with many achievements. A stable and healthy financial system has been created. We see that there are many reliable and trustworthy organizations in Mongolia. The strength of the financial system has a positive effect on all sectors of the economy. For example, the investment and cash flow system will be further strengthened. In the future, it is most important to develop these works sensitively.