List of Companies Listed On The Mongolian Stock Exchange

List Of Companies Listed On The Mongolian Stock Exchange

This is a sortable list of companies listed on the Mongolian Stock Exchange, including their English and Mongolian names, stock codes, and industries, as reflected on the exchange's official website. The list does not currently include information about companies which were delisted prior to 12 September 2007.

The Mongolian Stock Exchange, based in Ulan Bator, Mongolia, is the world's smallest stock exchange by market capitalisation. Its listed companies market capitalization was around US$1 billion in 2010 for 336 listed companies.

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