Seeking Alpha: What Investors should Know about Uranium in Mongolia

The real quantity of Mongolia’s natural resources cannot yet be know. Weighed down by communism from 1921 to 1991, followed by poor economic times thereafter, and still troubled by poor but now developing infrastructure, it is one of the last great frontiers of natural resources. There are two laws of note that effect uranium mining in Mongolia. As of January 2011, Mongolia had about “1,170 mineral deposits and 7,654 occurrences” (Mongolia 101). Among those, the Minerals Law of 2006 declared 15 deposits strategic. To read the full article, click hereWhat Investors should Know about Uranium in Mongolia

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