Revenue from Mongolia’s Tavan Tolgoi coal mine surged in the first half of the year due to higher commodity prices and a big jump in coal exports, the project’s owner said on July 30, raising prospects for a planned overseas listing, according to Economic Times. Development at Tavan Tolgoi, located in the Gobi desert, has been held back by financing and infrastructure challenges, as well as political disputes over the role played by foreign investors in Mongolia’s economy.
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