China’s Bohai Commodity Exchange (BOCE) and Mongolian Commodity Exchange (MCE) to Cooperate on Cashmere Trade; Freight Train Service to Connect Mongolia and Hebei

The Mongolian Commodity Exchange (MCE) announced on Friday [30 March 2018] its intention to carry out cross-border trade with China’s Bohai Commodity Exchange (BOCE) starting in mid-April to help Mongolian agricultural products enter the Chinese market…Full Article: China Daily Mar 2018 A new freight train service between Caofeidian Port in north China’s Hebei Province and

China and Mongolia Talk Increased Agricultural Cooperation

China and Mongolia agreed to speed up the alignment of their development strategies and boost bilateral practical cooperation in major fields for better accomplishment of mutual benefits and win-win results, visiting Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said here Thursday. Li made the remarks during a joint press conference with his Mongolian counterpart Jargaltulga Erdenebat…Full Article: Xinhua

Mongolia to Supply China’s Dairy and Cattle Industry with Forage Crops

China will import more than 400,000 metric tons of forage from Mongolia next year to cope with the growing demand for dairy and other high-protein products, officials said on Wednesday [11 November 2015]. Shipments have already started with eight trucks carrying 200 tons of forage reaching the Zuunkhadavchi Land Port of Xilin Gol League in

China, via the FAO, has Sent 235 Agricultural Experts to Mongolia, Nigeria, Uganda, and 6 Other Countries Over the Past Few Years

Sub-Saharan African countries have forged strong ties with China in order to acquire technologies and expertise that are crucial to accelerate an agrarian revolution, an African expert has said. Emmanuel Tambi, director of policy and advocacy with the Forum for Agriculture Research in Africa, noted that Sino-Africa cooperation in agriculture has unleashed mutual benefits. “There

Chinese and UN Sponsored Mongolian Agricultural Project to Move on to Second Phase

An agriculture cooperation project sponsored by China has proved popular in Mongolia. Jargal, head of the South-South Cooperation project, said Thursday the scheme, supported by both countries and the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, had achieved significant results since it was launched three years ago…Full-text article: China Daily Apr 2013 Key point The program