energydigital: Mongolia’s Growing Aussie Demographic

Given its booming mining industry, global resources industries and Australian law firms are setting up shop in Mongolia. It’s a long way from Sydney’s golden beaches, where you can surf all year round, to Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia, where the average annual temperature is 0°C, but this hasn’t deterred Australia’s largest law firm from planting its flag there. “Mongolia was the logical next step for us,” says John Weber, Minter Ellison’s chief executive partner. “It’s an increasingly strategic market with a substantial resource-based economy and it is attracting the attention of the global resources industry, including Australian companies. Many of these are our clients.” Minter Ellison, which has close to 1,200 lawyers in offices in Hong Kong, mainland China and the UK, as well as throughout Australia and New Zealand, is one handful of law firms that has recognised the up-side of being on the ground to offer international-standard legal services in this emerging market. To read the full article, click hereMongolia’s Growing Aussie Demographic

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