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  Mongolia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mongolia (Mongolian: Монгол Улс), officially the Republic of Mongolia is a landlocked country in East Asia and Central Asia, bordered by Russia to the north and the People's Republic of China to the south.
In 1206, Temujin was crowned Genghis Khan, and the nation of Mongolia was born.
Mongolia uses a unicameral parliamentary system where the president has a symbolic role and the "government" chosen by the legislature exercises the executive power.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mongolia_(country)   (3302 words)

Mongolia (Mongolian: Монгол Улс) is a landlocked Central Asian country, bordered by Russia to the north and the People's Republic of China to the south.
The 18th largest country in the world by area, Mongolia has very little arable land: much of its area is grassland, with mountains in the north and west and the Gobi Desert in the south.
The Manchu conquered Inner Mongolia in 1636 and Outer Mongolia in 1691.
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /encyclopedia/m/mo/mongolia.html   (1381 words)

 Mongolia - Agriculture
In 1985 the average state farm employed 500 workers; owned 26,200 head of livestock, 178,600 hectares of land--of which 15,400 hectares was plowable land, 265 tractors, 36 grain harvesters, and 40 motor vehicles; it harvested 12,100 tons of grain.
When Mongolia began to report statistics on arable land in 1960, there were 532,000 hectares of arable land, and sown crops covered 265,000 hectares of the 477,000 hectares of plow land.
Mongolia had 9.6 million head of livestock in 1918 and 13.8 million head in 1924; arad ownership was estimated to be 50 to 80 percent of all livestock, and monastic and aristocratic ownership to be 50 to 20 percent.
countrystudies.us /mongolia/53.htm   (2808 words)

 HighBeam Encyclopedia - Mongolia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Mongolia's main exports are copper, livestock, cashmere, wool, hides, fluorspar, and nonferrous metals; most of its foreign trade is with China, Russia, the United States, and South Korea.
Mongolia was proclaimed an independent state in July, 1921, and remained a monarchy until the Living Buddha died in 1924.
Mongolia's position shifted during the 1980s, however, and it established diplomatic relations with China in 1986 and with the United States a year later.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/M/Mongolnat.asp   (1567 words)

 1997 Human Rights Reports: Mongolia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Mongolia made further progress in its transition from a highly centralized Communist-led state to a full-fledged, multiparty, parliamentary democracy, although these gains still must be solidified, and the process continues to evolve.
Mongolia's progress in the development of democratic institutions was demonstrated by the unexpected June 1996 election defeat of the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party (MPRP), which had been in power since 1921.
Mongolia's near-total reliance on outmoded machinery and problems with maintenance and management lead to frequent industrial accidents, particularly in the mining, power, and construction sectors.
www.usemb.se /human/human97/mongolia.html   (3240 words)

 Chapter 19- Mongolia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Mongolia’s climate is harsh, with temperatures ranging in winter from a high of -21° C (-5° F) to a low of -30° C (-22° F) and in summer between 10° and 27° C (50° and 80° F).
Winters are dry, and summer rainfall seldom exceeds 380 mm (15 in) in the mountains and 125 mm (5 in) in the desert.
Education in Mongolia is compulsory between the ages of 8 and 16.
www.ibiblio.org /chinesehistory/contents/chap19.html   (1848 words)

 Mongolia (07/06)
Mongolia maintains an embassy in the United States at 2833 M Street, NW, Washington, DC, 20007; tel.
Mongolia, which joined the World Trade Organization in 1997, is the only member of that organization to not be a participant in a regional trade organization.
Mongolia is seeking to join the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum (APEC) and became a full participant in the ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) in July 1998.
www.state.gov /r/pa/ei/bgn/2779.htm   (4500 words)

The State Seal having a lion-shaped handle, shall be of a square fore with the state Emblem in the center and the words "Mongol Uls" (Mongolia) inscribed on its both sides.
Mongolia shall adhere to the principle of reciprocity in determining the rights and duties of foreign nationals in an international treaty being concluded with the country concerned.
The State Great Hural may declare a state of war if public disorders in the whole or a part of the country's territory result in an armed conflict or create a real threat of an armed conflict, or if there is an armed aggression or a real threat of such an aggression from outside.
www.indiana.edu /~mongsoc/mong/constttn.htm   (7365 words)

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The State Seal having a lion-shaped handle, shall be of a square form with the state Emblem in the centre and the words ÒMongol UlsÓ (Mongolia) inscribed on its both sides.
The rights and duties of aliens residing in Mongolia shall be regulated by the Mongolian law and by the treaties concluded with the State of the person concerned.
Mongolia shall adhere to.the principle of reciprocity in determining the rights and duties of foreign nationals in an international treaty being concluded with the country concerned.
www.law.nyu.edu /centralbankscenter/texts/Mongolia-Constitution.html   (7362 words)

In Mongolia it is prohibited to establish courts which do not correspond or follow the principle that every person, business, and organization is equal before the judiciary and or which do not observe common rules of exercising judicial power as established by law.
Courts shall render decisions on behalf of the Mongolia and decisions shall be made on an official form with the national emblem and the composition of the court shall sign and seal the form.
Every person in Mongolia shall be equal before the law and the court irrespective of nationality, language, race, age, sex, social origin and status, property, occupation or post, religion, opinion or education, or other condition, and businesses and organizations irrespective of ownership type or competence.
www.indiana.edu /~mongsoc/mong/courts.htm   (5610 words)

Mongolia lies in central Asia between Siberia on the north and China on the south.
The State of Mongolia was formerly known as Outer Mongolia.
Allied with the USSR in its dispute with China, Mongolia began mobilizing troops along its borders in 1968 when the two powers became involved in border clashes on the Kazakh-Sinkiang frontier to the west and at the Amur and Ussuri rivers.
www.infoplease.com /ipa/A0107796.html   (932 words)

 ICL - Mongolia - Constitution
(6) The State Seal, having a lion-shaped handle, is of a square form with the state Emblem in the center and the word "Mongolia" inscribed on its sides.
(7) The procedure for the ceremonial use of the State symbols and the text and melody of the State Anthem is prescribed by law.
The State bodies and officials are obliged to respond to the petitions or complaints of citizens in conformity with law.
www.oefre.unibe.ch /law/icl/mg00000_.html   (7143 words)

 ICL - Mongolia Index
Mongolia is sandwiched between Russia and China, burdened with the large Gobi desert and inhabited by only 2.3 million people.
The 1992 Constitution was adopted by the National Parliament of Mongolia on 13 Jan 1992 in the Capital Ulaanbaatar.
1914: Mongolia is divided on Inner and Outer Mongolia: Inner Mongolia stays independent, Outer Mongolia ruled by China.
www.oefre.unibe.ch /law/icl/mg__indx.html   (268 words)

 BBC NEWS | World | Asia-Pacific | Country profiles | Country profile: Mongolia
In 1990 Mongolia abandoned its 70-year-old Soviet-style one-party state and embraced political and economic reforms.
Mongolia spreads out across 1.5 million sq km of the Central Asian plateau, but its population is much smaller than the Mongol population of China.
Mongolia has greatly expanded political and financial ties with the US, Japan and the European Union, but it remains dependent on its neighbours, Russia and China, for the development of its economy and trade.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/world/asia-pacific/country_profiles/1235560.stm   (746 words)

Mongolia is also benefiting from its European ties: business, economics, and institutional strengthening projects funded by the European Union (Tacis and Tempus), distance education project by Danida and higher education reform (HESP) funded by the Foundation Open Society Institute (Soros).
The state support for higher education in the form of financial assistance to students is not a new phenomenon in Mongolian society.
State budget in the form of student grant and loan made 6.5% of the total NUM budget in 1997-1998 and it increased to 16.3% in 2000-2001.
www.policy.hu /sodnomtseren/RESEARCHPAPER.html   (11091 words)

 Mongolia Tourism /Offical Tourism Website/ - Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
It will mark the 800th Anniversary of the Great Mongolian State and will be honored by a string of nationwide celebrations that will last for the whole of the year.
The centerpiece of the occasion was the raising of the national flag by a line of state honored guards with the national anthem being played in accompaniment.
Spectators who have flocked to Mongolia from all over the world, as well as the local citizenry, will be left spellbound as they get the opportunity to experience this once-in-a-lifetime event.
www.mongoliatourism.gov.mn   (954 words)

 Industrial Supply HQ - Bonneville Industrial Supply
Provides brief histories for many forts of the historic American West arranged by state.
Compares Mongolia with similarclimate US states Wyoming and Montana.
Mention of and links to third party companies and products are for informational purposes only and constitute neither an endorsement nor a recommendation and are not intended to suggest any affiliation unless expressly stated.
www.industrialsupply-hq.com /bonnevilleindustrialsupply   (361 words)

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