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Mongolia ITF 2009 International Exhibition
Ulaanbaatar

Mongolian Ministry of Nature and Tourism and National Center of Tourism will host jointly “Mongolia ITF- 2009” International Tourism Fair in Misheel Expo Center on December 4-6.

Not only tour operator from Mongolia, but also delegates from Russia and China will participate in the exhibition fair.

Organizers are expecting over 100 tourism organizations would participate in the exhibition. “Mongolia ITF- 2009 International Tourism Fair will once again offer its excellent exhibition environment with high quality stands and we aim to have the biggest Mongolian tourism and travel show yet,” organizers said.

Mongolian government announced that the tourism industry has possibilities to be one of the key industries for the Mongolian economic growth. In latest years, tourism sector hit hard by the global economic decline. But the industry hopes that more tourists would visit Mongolia in the next few years.

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