Cab­i­net re­views state-owned en­ter­prise man­age­ment

The UB Post - - POLITICS -

Dur­ing its weekly meet­ing, Cab­i­net dis­cussed im­prov­ing lead­er­ship man­age­ment and op­er­a­tional ex­pen­di­tures of state-owned en­ter­prises.

At the meet­ing, Cab­i­net de­cided to dis­solve five state-owned com­pa­nies op­er­at­ing with a large amount of deficits in­clud­ing In­dus­trial Com­plex, Mon­gol Har­vest Cor­po­ra­tion, Mon­gol Meat Cor­po­ra­tion, Mon­gol Seal and Road Fa­cil­i­ties Ren­tal.

Cab­i­net Sec­re­tariat G.Zan­dan­shatar noted that debts and deficits of the com­pa­nies will be re­paid and bal­anced by sell­ing their as­sets. He added that state-owned en­ter­prises re­ported two bil­lion MNT for ex­pen­di­tures of meet­ings, work­shops and other events be­ing hosted by min­istries and gov­ern­ment agen­cies in the past four years, which is why Cab­i­net will take mea­sures to dis­solve or merge state-owned en­ter­prises to im­prove their man­age­ment and op­er­a­tions, and re­duce their op­er­a­tional ex­pen­di­tures.

G.Zan­dan­shatar pointed out that di­rec­tors of state-owned en­ter­prises will make con­tracts with the gov­ern­ment to im­prove the en­ter­prises’ man­age­ment.

Head of the Gov­ern­ment Agency for Pol­icy Co­or­di­na­tion on State Prop­erty Ts.Nyam-Ochir was tasked with mak­ing a list of state-owned en­ter­prises to be pri­va­tized from 2018 to 2020.

Dur­ing the meet­ing, Cab­i­net agreed to sub­mit an agree­ment be­tween the gov­ern­ments of Mon­go­lia, China and Rus­sia to carry out in­ter­na­tional trans­port through the Asian High­way Net­work Project to Par­lia­ment.

Cab­i­net mem­bers agreed to put for­ward a pro­posal to open Mon­go­lia’s res­i­dent con­sulate in Manzhouli City of China to the Par­lia­ment’s Se­cu­rity and For­eign Pol­icy Stand­ing Com­mit­tee.

Dur­ing the meet­ing, Min­is­ter of Food, Agri­cul­ture and Light In­dus­try B.Bat­zorig re­ported about the herders, farm­ers, en­ter­prises, and farms that will re­ceive state awards for out­stand­ing agri­cul­tural achieve­ments on Tsagaan Sar, or Lu­nar New Year. Cab­i­net will an­nounce the names of out­stand­ing farm­ers and herders to be awarded by the state be­fore Tsagaan Sar. A to­tal of 128 herders, five dairy farm­ers, five crop farm­ers, 10 agri­cul­tural en­ter­prises, and 27 cul­ti­va­tors will be awarded by the gov­ern­ment dur­ing Tsagaan Sar.

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