Foreign relations
CRC

In order to keep pace with the developments taking place globally, CRC has dispatched members of its staff to various international events, meetings and symposia to keep track of these developments and to gather valuable feedback/inputs for its own policy formulation. Development and training activities included training in management and leadership skills, information technology skills, job-specific skills, and attendance at seminars and conferences.

The CRC’s participation in deliberations at the international level have not only contributed well to the international efforts being focused on issues, which are currently major regulatory concerns in Mongolia but have also helped in keeping CRC officials aware of International practices. During the year 2011, total 43 officers were deputed to attend various seminars/conferences/meetings.

Cooperation with International organizations

Cooperation with Regulators

Projects and programs

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