AKIPRESS.COM - Singapore-Mongolia Business Forum was successfully held in Singapore during Foreign Minister’s visit to the country on June 5-8, Montsame reported.
Over 140 delegates of public and private sector of the two countries participated in the forum organized jointly by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, National Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Business Council of Mongolia and Singapore Business Association.
During the business forum, Foreign Minister D.Tsogtbaatar delivered a presentation on economic situation of Mongolia, future tendencies, investment environment and opportunities to diversify Mongolia-Singapore economic relations in the non-mining sector. Discussions on topics ‘Energy and Infrastructure’, ‘Tourism and Education’, ‘Real estate and Trade’ and ‘Technology trends’ were organized with participants holding talks on the regulatory framework, entrepreneurship and challenges of the sector. Discussions were moderated by Mongolian delegates and views on connecting entrepreneurs of the countries in renewable energy, infrastructure, education, tourism, construction and fintech were exchanged.
Participants and honored guests highly appreciated the arrangement, highlighting the importance of the event in deepening further cooperation between business communities of the two countries.