Mongolian Economy aims to publish Mongolian economic, financial and business news truthfully, with the intention to educate the population on economics and finance. Our focus is to develop a standard of professional journalism that is independent from politics and outside economic influences. The magazine publishes bi-monthly (every 14 days) in both Mongolian and English languages.
OUR POLICY IS GREEN:
Our reports on the economy, finance and business, in addition to innovative features and critical articles, will play an important role in improving the spread of information among domestic and foreign business institutions, and public and private partnerships in Mongolia. Our motto is “For Green Development”, expressing our desire for an economy that stands to protect nature and the environment, and to contribute towards the development of a green economy.
Mongolian Economy has expanded to become a multi-media agency, having launched its website MongolianEconomy.mn, and the Economy television studio. It plans to prepare programmes that focus on critical issues concerning the economy, finance and business in Mongolia, and broadcast them alongside other television shows to a general audience. Mongolian Economy intends to be presented as a news source that delivers interesting interviews and various programmes to educate the public on the economy.
The “Green Economic Growth” NGO was established in October 2011, as a part of the “Mongolian Economy” magazine. It has the purpose to develop green economy in Mongolia and to introduce and to support environmentally friendly business activities. Most importantly, it functions to introduce green mindset to politicians and public through the media such as the “Mongolian Economy” magazine, website mongolianeconomy.mn and “Economy” television studio. A part of our goal is to implement projects, trainings and conferences by emphasizing the experiences from countries that have developed a green economy.
In order to develop foreign relations and contacts, staff and management cooperate with media organizations, businesses, and economic institutions from the United States, Japan, Germany, England, Australia, Canada, China, and Russia. Subscribers to our magazine include economists; non-government organization workers, officials from Parliament, the Government Palace and ministries; officials from embassies and international organisations; business men and women in the private sector; and students and teachers of universities.