Language: Mongolian (43)
Monumenta altaica = алтайское языкознаниеCitation:
This site is devoted to the languages of Altai family. Here you can get a free access to the great amount of texts in ancient and modern altaic languages: Turkic, Mongolian, Manchu-tungus, Korean and Japanese. Also you can find here papers on altaic linguistics, biographies of famous scholars in the field of Altaic studies, bibliographies of linguistic studies, links to grammars and dictionaries and a lot of other informationhttp://www.altaica.narod.ru/ more Language: eng English, mon Mongolian, rus Russian
The World Bank = 世界銀行, 世界银行http://www.worldbank.org/ more Language: ara Arabic, bul Bulgarian, chi Chinese, eng English, fre French, hin Hindi, ind Indonesian, jpn Japanese, khm Khmer, mon Mongolian, por Portuguese, rum Romanian, rus Russian, spa Spanish; Castilian, tha Thai, tur Turkish, ukr Ukrainian, vie Vietnamese 蒙藏委員會 = Mongolian and Tibetan Affairs CommissionCitation:
Since its inception, the Mongolian and Tibetan Affairs Commission, in the spirit of the Constitution, has strived to preserve each nationality's equality, to promote the Mongolian and Tibetan cultures, to ensure religious freedom and to preserve the cultural heritage of both areas, in order to promote a spirit of harmony.http://www.mtac.gov.tw/ more Language: chi Chinese, eng English, mon Mongolian, tib Tibetan
中华人民共和国商务部 = Ministry of Commerce of the People's Republic of China, Das Handelsministerium der Volksrepublik China, Ministère du Commerce de la Republique Populaire de Chine, 中华人民共和国商务部, Il Ministerio del Commercio della Repubblica Popolare Cinese, Ministerio de Comercio de la República Popular ChinaDescription:
Provincial data net where data about commerce and trade, GDP development, provincial annual statistic reports and so on can be found. Country report collects trade data of other countries and bilateral trade relations with China. A searchable database for China commodities, world importers and exhibition information.http://www.mofcom.gov.cn/ more Language: chi Chinese, cze Czech, eng English, ger German, ita Italian, jpn Japanese, kor Korean, mon Mongolian, por Portuguese, rum Romanian, rus Russian, spa Spanish; Castilian, vie Vietnamese
中国内蒙古 = 内蒙古自治区人民政府, Inner Mongolia Autonomous RegionDescription:
Official gateway of the People's Government of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Other than laws and regulations, it also provides government work reports from 1996 on, financial data including financial budget and audit, financial development plans, financial revenues and financial yearbook. Statistics public reports of economic and social development, from 2002 on, commercial bid projects.http://www.nmg.gov.cn/ more Language: chi Chinese, mon Mongolian
中国共产党新闻 = News of the Communist Party of China, 중국공산당뉴스Description:
A part of www.people.com.cn, which is set up by the People's Daily. The website is dedicated to information and news of the Communist Party of China (CPC), including current news, leaders' activities, full text reports, theory research, brief history of CPC, documentaries of important CPC leaders, chronology of CPC from 1948 on, etc.http://cpc.people.com.cn/ more Language: chi Chinese, eng English, jpn Japanese, kor Korean, mon Mongolian, rus Russian, tib Tibetan
Official homepage of Ômoto. Homepage also available in rômaji. Information on the founder-family Deguchi; festivals at Ômoto; information on the "uta-matsuri" with photos and explanation of expressions in relation to Ômoto; the teaching; a list of publications of Ômoto sorted by the authors; FAQ about the world, the hell and the heaven; the relation of the founders to art objects especially the forming of tea bowls and photos of them; FAQ on Ômoto; various information-pamphlets to order; about "baishôen" one place of Ômoto´s origin in Ayabe and the other place in Kameoka named "tenonkyô"; information on the buildings at "baishôen" and at "tanonkyô" with photos and a list of events, which are hold there; various texts of Deguchi Onisaburô; about lessons at Ômoto; a video about the Ômoto, their teaching and "baishôen"; information on the content of the lessons, when they are hold and how much they cost; all about the life at "baishôen" and what doing during the lessons; comments of people who attended the lessons; train schedule from Kyôto to Kameoka and Ayabe with access map; texts about the negative position of Ômoto against bioethics and the organ donation; texts written by non-japanese people about their experience with Ômoto; actual activities of Ômoto with photos; a search engine for searching at the homepage of Ômoto and the internet.http://www.oomoto.or.jp/index.html more Language: eng English, epo Esperanto, hun Hungarian, jpn Japanese, mon Mongolian, por Portuguese, rus Russian
Grand Secretariat Archives = 內閣大庫檔案Description:
While the metadata of the database are also searchable freely on the web (http://archive.ihp.sinica.edu.tw/mctkm2/index.html
), the subscribed version gives access to actually view and read all the documents. A special viewer is needed so CrossAsia provides access via a Citrix-connection where the viewer is already installed. To enter the subscribed version of the database please click "授權使用" and enter one of the login and passwords given at the entry page. You also have to enter the random number shown in blue.
The database allows simple and advanced searches. In the latter you may also select the document's language. Hits lists can be filtered by time, type of document, issuing authority, issuing person and document language.
Clicking a sequence number
in your hit list will open the detailed view of the documents metadata, by clicking the document icon
of these metadata a file is downloaded and shown in the database viewer. To return to the metadata close the viewer by clicking "結束離開"; to further return to the hit list click "回簡目顯示" in the upper left corner of the screen.
The metadata of a document may also contain where and in what printed collection of archive materials the respective document is reproduced (mostly in facsimile). However, the reproduction in the database is made from the original, not the printed facsimile. The following collections are referenced by the database:
A selection of example documents are presented in an online exhibition of the Academia sinica (Archives of the Grand Secretariat
); explanations of the different genres of documents and other background information are provided by the Grand Secretariats Archive Project, that also provided the metadata of the database: Grand Secretariat Archive Project
A sister project of the National Palace Museum in Tabei is the 《清代宮中檔奏摺及軍機處檔摺件》. Here again the 索引 is freely available on the web
, the 全文影像資料庫 needs a yearly fee and is currently not subscribed by CrossAsia. A short description can be found here
More free recources of NPM in Taiwan are assembled here ( http://www.npm.gov.tw/digital/archives/a01.html
) and here ( ( http://npmhost.npm.gov.tw/tts/npmmeta/dblist.htm
).http://archive.ihp.sinica.edu.tw/mctkm2/index.html more Language: chi Chinese, mnc Manchu, mon Mongolian, tib Tibetan
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MongolNews.mn - Монгол Ньюс Description:
This is a homepage based on five of main news- media institutions including newspapers of daily news, journals and television in Mongolian. These institutions are:
1. Newspaper “Today” Daily news of Mongolia (Монгол улсын үндэсний өдөр тутмын хэвлэл “Өнөөдөр” сонин)
2. Newspaper “Five rings” Sport news (Спорт мэдээллийн "Таван цагариг" сонин)
3. Journal “Sunday“ (Амралт чөлөөт цагийн "Ням гариг" сэтгүүл)
4. Newspaper “UB post“ Ulaanbaatar newspaper ("UB POST" сонин)
5. Television“25th Channel” (25-р суваг телевиз)http://www.mongolnews.mn/ more Language: eng English, mon Mongolian
Bank of Mongolia Description:
Official web site of the Bank of Mongolia. As the Central Bank, the Bank of Mongolia (BoM) ensures the stability of the national currency – Togrog. Within this main objective, the BoM promotes balanced and sustained development of the national economy, through maintaining the stability of money, financial markets, and the banking system. In order to implement its objectives, the BoM conducts activities such as issuing currencies in circulation, formulation and implementation of monetary policy, acting as the Government’s fiscal intermediary, supervision of banking activities, organization of inter-bank payments and settlements, management of the official foreign exchange reserves.
Policy- making body
The supreme policy-making body of the BoM is the Board of Directors. The current Board of Directors consists of the Governor of the Central Bank who is Chairman, the First Deputy Governor, Deputy Governor, 9 directors and 2 non-voting members.
Frequency of meeting
The Board of Directors has regularly scheduled meetings every Thursday once a week to assess underlying economic developments, monitor progress toward achieving its monetary policy objectives, and formulate policy for the period ahead.
Degree of independence
The BoM is operationally independent from the Government though the Parliament of Mongolia monitors whether the Bank’s activities are consistent with the legislation. However, neither the Government, nor the Parliament is to interfere in activities relating to the implementation of State monetary policy by the BoM. The independence of the BoM is empowered under the Law on Central bank approved in 1996. The Governor of the BoM may attend Cabinet meetings and consult on issues relating the BoM and banking activities.
Release of Policy Information
Information on monetary policy is released in the form of press releases and statements. Monetary and financial statistics can be found in monthly bulletins and annual reports. Their electronic versions as well as key information about the BoM and major activities in the financial system are also available at www.mongolbank.mnhttp://www.mongolbank.mn more Language: eng English, mon Mongolian
Худалдаа хөгжлийн банк Citation:
TDB was established in October 1990 and over past decade has become a leading banking and financial services provider in Mongolia.
TDB, the oldest bank of Mongolia, prides itself for its leading position in the universal banking service provider, offering a full range of services, including large corporate, SME and retail lending, deposit-taking, trade finance, remittance, cash management, treasury, foreign exchange and investment banking. TDB acts as a primary lender to most of Mongolian leading corporations as well as foreign corporations and foreign representative offices across all major industrial and commercial sectors with a constantly innovating range of universal banking products and services delivered with dynamism and excellence in service and quality. Leveraging this pre-eminent position and its long-standing customer relationships, the Bank has consolidated its market-leading position in the handling international trade finance and remittance, with access to credit lines from major international lenders and correspondent banking relationships with over 150 international financial institutions.
Always responsive to the public's various banking requirements, TDB offers over 100 types of international standard banking products, services and has about 1219 highly qualified staff providing professional and user friendly banking services through a network of 47 branches, settlement centers and teller counter, 149 ATMs, 1899 POS terminals, Internet banking and SMS banking throughout the country, which utilizes the same technology as our international partners. TDB is undoubtedly the major player in the financial and banking markets as well as a major innovator of the Mongolian financial sector.
Trade and Development Bank (TDB), the oldest and the largest corporate bank in Mongolia, successfully issued USD 300 million senior unsecured notes listed at Singapore Stock Exchange on 13 September 2012. This was the fourth time that TDB tapped the international bond markets, after two successful senior unsecured deals in 2007 and 2010, respectively, and a subordinated notes issuance in 2010. In fact, TDB is the first ever Mongolian bank to issue bonds and the only Mongolian repeat bond issuer. These successful bond issues not only affirm the market confidence in TDB’s strategy, financial strength and management, but also affirm TDB’s standing in the international markets.
Furthermore one of the most important highlight was Trade and Development Bank of Mongolia (TDB) signed an investment agreement with The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (Goldman Sachs), a leading global financial services firm. Goldman Sachs has acquired a 4.8 percent stake in TDB in January 2012. The investment assists TDB in growing its business to meet the expected increased needs of its clients as Mongolia’s economy continues a period of strong economic growth.
In October of 2012, TDB announced the official launch of Bloomberg TV Mongolia in partnership with Bloomberg International. The launch of Bloomberg TV Mongolia signifies the introduction of the first international broadcast news organization in Mongolia, one of the fastest-growing stock markets and investing environments in Asia today.
TDB holds the rare distinction of being voted "Best Bank in Mongolia" two times in a row by "The Banker", “Best Trade Finance Bank of Mongolia” two times by “Global Trade Review”, "Best Private Bank" by "Euromoney", “Best Bank of Mongolia 2012” by “FinanceAsia”, “Best Corporate Bank Mongolia 2012” by “GBFR” and was awarded "Best Bank of the Year", "Grand Prix in Banking and Financial sector of Mongolia", "Best Business Entity for its Social Responsibility", "Best Tax payer" and many more by different international and local organizations. The Bank continuously strives to increase its income figures and asset size.
At the end of December 2012, TDB's total assets reached MNT 2623.0 billion and capital funds reached MNT 295.2 billion, representing 22.9% and 30.0% market shares respectively. The Bank has had a strong earnings track record with MNT 15.0 billion in 2009, MNT 20.7 billion in 2010, MNT 48.5 billion in 2011 and MNT 64.8 billion at the end of December 2012.
Corporate banking division
TDB is the largest corporate lender in Mongolia with 29.5% corporate lending market share, in the end of 2012. It serves approximately 400 major Mongolian corporations in almost all major business sectors. TDB provides various corporate banking services including corporate lending, trade financing, syndicated lending and deposit taking. At the end of December 2012, TDB’s corporate loan reached MNT 972.2 billion and SME loan amount MNT 86.0 billion.
International Banking Department
The Bank has direct correspondent relationships with more than 150 foreign banks and financial institutions, such as American Express Bank, HSBC Bank N.A, Citibank N.A, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ ltd, Commerzbank AG, Credit Suisse, ING N.A, and manages its international transactions through 41 nostro accounts held with those 30 banks. By the end of December 2012, the TDB has closely collaborated with 34 major Banks and Financial institutions on trade finance loans. TDB has on-lending programs from the Asian Development bank, KFW and JICA to provide long-term financing to SME and private sector clients, with credit lines amounting to USD11.0 mln, EUR4.3 mln and USD62 mln respectively, and tenors up to 10 years. The Bank had successfully arranged USD 171.2 million and MNT 58 billion syndicated loan facilities with reputable international financial institutions from the year of 2005 to 2011. TDB has been successfully arranged financing facilities and projects, cooperating with well-known international banking and financing institutions with following commitments:
Impex Bank – USD35 Million Term Facility
Lead Manager for:
Absolut Bank – USD25 Million Trade Finance Facility
Bank Center Credit – USD200 Million Term Facility
Belgazprombank – USD40 Million Term Facility
Belorussian Steel Works – EUR24 Million Working Capital Facility
Caspian Bank – USD100 Million Trade Facility
Credit Bank of Moscow – USD25 Million Term Facility
Petrocommerce – USD91.5 Million Trade Facility
Privat Bank – USD250 Million Term Facility
Promsvyaz Bank – USD125 Million Term Facility
Russ-Bank – USD 35 Million Term Facility
Bank Center Invest - USD80 Million Trade Finance Facility
Bank Forum – USD60 Million Term Facility
Bank Pivdennyi – USD25 Million Term Facility
First Ukranian International Bank –USD40 million Term Facility
Locko Bank – USD40 Million Syndicated Term Loan Facility
Nadra Bank – USD114 Million Term Facility
Transcapital – USD25 Million Term Facility
Probusiness Bank – USD20 Million Term Facility
RosEvroBank – USD15 Million Term Facility
Sibacadem Bank – USD40 Million Dual-Currency Term Facility
Ukrgazbank – USD20 million Term Facility
Retail banking division
TDB believes in investing in state-of-the-art technology to provide a complete range of value-added personal banking products and services to customers. The Bank introduced for the first time in Mongolia an internet banking service with a 2-step authentication system that is connected to the SWIFT network, and an SMS banking service that is compatible with both GSM and CDMA providers. The bank is determined to maintain its lead position in card-related products by improving existing features of cards and introducing new products. A Loyalty card program for its rapidly developing cardholder client base has been launched to deliver a value-added financial service. TDB is the only bank that allows its clients to accept transactions from all the cards of the world's leading financial institutions, such as Visa, Master card, JCB and UnionPay. The Bank was the first to introduce automated teller machines (ATM) to the Mongolian market. It currently has 35 branches in Ulaanbaatar City, 10 branches in rural areas located near railroad networks, 149 ATMs, about 1899 POS terminals in our merchant companies in Mongolia.
TDB was the first Mongolian bank to begin treasury activities on the international foreign exchange and money markets and has the longest experience in treasury banking in Mongolia. The Bank also plays a role in supplying market information and expert analysis on the economic situation, monetary policy and currency demand and supply. The Bank has been active in the commercial gold trading business since it received the first commercial gold trading license from the Bank of Mongolia in January 2000 and is one of the leading participants in the market. The Bank was also the first commercial bank in Mongolia to buy and sell gold for export. The Bank also maintains close relationships with mining companies providing them credit transactions, gold trading and international settlement services. Within the Mongolian banking sector, TDB holds the largest portfolio of foreign assets, making it the lead player in the foreign exchange market. TDB is leading player in the domestic money market, accounting for approximately 21.6% of total market share. It also dominates Mongolia’s foreign exchange and gold bullion markets with a 29.0 % and 45.0 % market share respectively.http://www.tdbm.mn/ more Language: eng English, mon Mongolian
ХААН Банк Citation:
Khan Bank is the nationwide leader in innovative financial services that change people's lives and benefit society. We are committed to transparency, fairness and to providing the highest level of customer service in Mongolia.
Khan Bank, with 512 branches across all of Mongolia with more than 4300 employees, is the largest bank in Mongolia, providing banking services to an estimated 80% of Mongolian households. The Bank finances corporate, small and medium businesses, consumers, and individuals.
As of 2009, 100 percent of the Bank’s branches are operating on a real time basis providing customers with direct access to all banking services from everywhere in Mongolia.
Khan Bank's central office is located in the capital city of Ulaanbaatar, and it houses executive and administrative offices, as well as a full service banking. There are 5 branches in UB city and 24 regional branch offices throughout the country, each of which supervises an additional 15 to 25 sub branches in its area. The regional branches are fully automated centers for consolidating the region's service activities, and they are connected to the central office by satellite. Each branch directly serves the banking needs of a community of 15,000 to 60,000 people.
Even the sub branches, with a two or three person staff and minimal overhead, offer full banking services to their local communities.
Khan Bank is recognized as an industry leader in the design and delivery of financial services in Mongolia. It has a well trained and highly educated staff of motivated bankers who are moving Khan Bank and Mongolia to new levels of banking.
Khan Bank's roots go back 80 years to the State Bank of Mongolia. When this monopoly bank was broken up in 1991, Khan Bank was formed to take over most of the State Bank of Mongolia’s regional and local offices throughout the country.https://www.khanbank.com more Language: eng English, mon Mongolian