The MBCC is a not-for-profit membership organisation established in 2009 to foster strong business links between Mongolia and the UK. Chaired by Mr John Grogan, it aims to provide a professional and social environment for business people who wish to be introduced to, and become part of, the British-Mongolian business culture and community.
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Ambassador Arnold at breakfast briefing with Alberto Longato of Cambridge Intenational Examinations, Soheil Ramanian of Trade Development Ltd. and Gordon Dickie of IM Power.
Britain’s ambassador to Mongolia, HE Catherine Arnold, spoke to 20 members of the MBCC on 6 July, briefing them on the fast-moving events in Mongolia since the 29 June parliamentary elections. The breakfast took place just before the annual leadership conference of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office which brings together British ambassadors from around the world. The Ambassador discussed a range of topics including the conduct of the election, the likely makeup of the new Cabinet, the increase of women elected, and the coming legislative agenda. Her overall impression, she said, was that the context was good for trade and cooperation with the UK. In particular, she invited British businesses to visit Mongolia in November to coincide with the second British Business Fair.
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