Mongolia

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Mongolia’s coal resources lie in the south near the border of China. The resources are perfectly located for export to China, the world’s largest coal consumer.

The Mongolian Government and Mongolian Home mining companies are open to foreign investment, particularly for copper, gold and coal deposits.

Oyu Tolgoi copper and gold mine in the South Gobi Region is due to commence production in 2012/2013. The Mongolian Government, Ivanhoe Mines and Rio Tinto have an agreement for the development of this mine.

Tavan Talgoi coal deposit, also in the South Gobi Region, is one of the world’s largest undeveloped coking coal deposits. Six companies are prepared to bid for this mining area. Reserves are estimated to be 1.7 billion tonnes of high quality coking and 4.7 billion tonnes of thermal coal.

Erdenetiin Ovoo mine, Northwest of Ulaanbaatar deals in copper concentrate and molybdenum concentrate.

Source: DLA Piper Publications www.dlapiper.com

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Indonesia’s most resource rich areas include: Papua, Nusa Tenggara, Sumatra and Sulawesi for gold and copper; Kalimantan and Sumatra for coal; and Bangka Island for tin.

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The East African region’s development is focused on the coal, gold, iron ore and uranium sectors.

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