The Renewable Energy Law of Mongolia was first enacted in 2007 with an aim to promote green and sustainable energy development in the country and it was amended in 2015, mainly to introduce feed-in tariff support for investments made in the renewable energy sector. Further, in June 2015, the Parliament of Mongolia approved the State Policies on Energy which declares ...
On 4 May 2018, revised drafts of the state registration laws of Mongolia, namely the General Law on State Registration, the Law on State Registration of Citizens, the Law on the State Registration of Property Rights and the Law on State Registration of Legal Entities were submitted to the Parliament of Mongolia (“Revised State Registration Laws”). The aim of the ...
On 20 August 2018, the Tripartite Committee on Labor and Society announced that they had issued a decision to increase the monthly minimum wage to MNT 320,000 (approx. USD 129.70) from MNT 240,000 (approx. USD 97.30), effective from 1 January 2019. Prior to this increase, the monthly minimum wage had been increased from MNT 192,000 (approx. USD 77.80) to MNT ...
During the meeting of the Government of Mongolia on 14 February 2018, the revised draft of the Labor Law (the “Draft Law”) was discussed and resolved to be submitted to the Parliament of Mongolia. The Draft Law was submitted by the Government of Mongolia to the Parliament of Mongolia on 26 March 2018. By enacting the Draft Law, related amendments ...
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