5th Meeting of the German-Mongolian Steering Committee in Berlin

Under the positive impression of the celebrations for the 25th anniversary of the Partnering in Business with Germany programme, the 5th meeting of the German-Mongolian Steering Committee took place in Berlin on 27 October 2023. Dr Andreas Nicolin, Deputy Head of Department at the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action, and Idesh Batkhuu, State Secretary at the Ministry of Economy and Development of Mongolia, chaired the meeting. Continue reading

Private clinic for urology and andrology opens in Mongolia

Mongolia is one of the most sparsely populated countries. Half of the approximately three million inhabitants live in rural areas, and the other half live in the capital city of Ulan Bator. The capital city is not only the uncontested economic, cultural and political centre of the country, it is also the centre of the health care system: Many Mongolians have to travel there to get medical services. Continue reading

Cooperation with Mongolia will be continued

Germany and Mongolia will remain partners in the Manager Training Programme for the coming years. Dr Heinz Hetmeier, Deputy-Director General for European Policy at the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi), and Enkhbold Vorshilov, Director General of the Department of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia, signed a corresponding Memorandum of Understanding in Ulaanbaatar on 29 August 2019. Continue reading

New Drinks for Mongolia

What do Mongolian mint vodka, lemon beer and wild berry sparkling water have in common? All the flavours used are made by WILD Berlin, Germany’s oldest essence manufacturer. And all these innovative drinks were introduced by Mongolia’s leading beverage enterprise, APU, after employee Gerel Ganchimeg returned from the MP in Germany in 2015. Continue reading

Digital healthcare systems in Neuss

Digitalisation increasingly takes hold of the German healthcare sector. MP participants from Belarus, India, Mongolia, Russia, Ukraine and Vietnam learned about the impact on medical facilities and how the quality of care is being enhanced and resources saved in the process. Continue reading

Innovation in the waste management industry

Germany is one of the world’s top locations for innovation. “Made in Germany” is a reli-able quality certification. However, Germany is not resting on its laurels. It is constantly searching for new innovations and ways to increase efficiency, both in scientific re-search and industrial application. Continue reading