Interest of establishing long-term partnership expressedPolitics
Yesterday, October 29, President Kh.Battulga received delegates led by Alan
Turley, the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce for China and Mongolia in
the U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration.
Mr. Alan Turley is being accompanied by authorities of large global companies operating in agriculture, IT, mining equipment, chemistry and railway infrastructure spheres. He emphasized that the visit aims to realize the talks of President Kh.Battulga and President Donald Trump on expanding economic and trade relations.
He said that U.S. Department of Commerce has much interest in cooperating with Mongolia in agriculture and animal husbandry and it is also seeking other means of business and cooperation based on ongoing construction works of railway and air transportation and growing active internet users.
President Kh.Battulga introduced in detail about ongoing projects and programs and emphasized it would be a basis of mutually beneficial business when there is a favorable technological and financial condition regardless of any sector.
Thanking for providing detailed information about favorable business opportunities and ongoing construction works in Mongolia, the delegates of U.S. Department of Commerce and private sector expressed their aspiration to establish a long-term partnership relations, but not a one-time profit-making business.