Mongolia Economic Forum 2022 (New Recovery Policy) (LIVE Stream link)2022-03-17
EuroChamber Mongolia is pleased to inform you of a highly anticipated event returning to stage after two years of Covid-19 lockdown resulting in hiatus. The Mongolia Economic Forum is set to take place on April 7-8, 2022 at the Government Palace of Mongolia. We are sharing the official announcement with our members here as follows.
Please note that the co-organizers have offered a 20% discount to all EuroChamber members.
For suggestions of topics or issues to be raised by EuroChamber during MEF, please approach us at firstname.lastname@example.org before March 21.
Update: LIVE Stream of the preliminary discussions can be viewed HERE.
Since 2010, the Mongolia Economic Forum, a politically independent, non-profit, non-governmental organization, has been convening the highest-level representatives from the Government, the private sector, civil societies, academia, NGOs and international organizations for an annual two-day forum for lively discussions.
This year, it will take place under the theme "New Recovery Policy" on April 7-8th, with preliminary discussions starting on March 21 through March 29. Representatives from all groups of stakeholders will be involved in the preliminary discussions. Suggestions and recommendations from the preliminary sessions will be further discussed during the main "Mongolia Economic Forum 2022" event.
The New Recovery Policy aims to strengthen Mongolia’s economic independence, reduce the negative impact of COVID-19 pandemic and geopolitical instability on the economy, and promptly address development barriers. This policy is a medium-term target program for up to 10 years intended for creating the basic conditions for effective realization of Mongolia’s long-term development policy and improving the economy, infrastructure and public productivity. With realization of the New Recovery Policy, the economic growth will be maintained at an average of 6 percent in the long term, the per capita national income will double, and the labor force participation rate will reach 65 percent. The border ports’ capacity will be tripled, and the energy sources will be doubled. The basic conditions will be created to reach the goals and objectives of the first phase of the “Vision-2050” long-term development policy of Mongolia. Based on active partnership between the public and private sectors and investors, the New Recovery Policy will address six sets of bottlenecks limiting the Mongolia’s development.
(Preliminary discussion: March 21 to 29, select days!)
Opening this year’s Mongolia Economic Forum, MEF will facilitate preliminary discussions on each of the six pillars of the “New Recovery Policy” per the following schedule:
Day 1 (April 7)
Day 2 (April 8)
Register here for preliminary discussions:
Please contact the co-organizers for each preliminary discussion session for registering:
Recovery of Energy Sector - Ministry of Energy CONTACT UPDATING
Rural and Urban Recovery - UB City Administration (Byambaa 8888-4453)
Recovery of Public Sector Productivity - Ministry of Justice and Internal Affairs
(Enhbold 9909-2389; Tumur-Ochir 9918-4558);
Ministry of Economy and Development (Gantogoo 9191-1289)
Recovery of Green Development - CONTACT UPDATING
Recovery of Industrialization - CONTACT UPDATING
Recovery of Ports - Ministry of Finance (Munhzul 8809-5950)
Send you inquiries directly to:
Or call the event hot-line at:
+976 9905-0124; 9407-7888
For more information and sponsorship opportunities, go to
Mongolia Economic Forum's OFFICIAL WEBSITE.