Mr. B. Ganbold 

Mr. B. Ganbold 

The owner and founder of Undesnii Shuudan NGO is Ganbold B and he is also the chairman of its Board of Directors. In addition he is editor-in-chief of Mongolyn Unen newspaper (M-3012) which is owned by the Mongolian People’s Party (MPP). Ganbold B engages currently in the election campaign as President of the “Daily Newspapers Association of Mongolia”. He used to be a member of the National Council of Mongolian National Broadcaster. He was also the chief editor for Bodlyn Solbitsol newspaper, a subsidiary of Unen newspaper. Mr. Ganbold B has 20 years of experience in the Mongolian media sector. He is an acclaimed media figure within the Mongolian People’s Party (MPP) and he is also considered to be one of the highly influential people in the appointment of members of the National Council of Mongolian National Broadcaster. End November 2016 Ganbold B sold the newspaper Undeshnii Shuudan to Mr. D. Khishigjargal. He is a well-known businessman and well-connected in the political world.

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Newspaper Undeshnii Shuudan. Data on other business is not available.

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Mr. Ganbold B is an acclaimed media figure within the Mongolian People’s Party (MPP) and he is also considered to be one of the highly influential people in the appointment of members of the National Council of Mongolian National Broadcaster.

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Sources

Mongolian Media Today 2016, Press Institute of Mongolia, (Document ID 1); “Undesnii shuudan”, 11. Oct. 2016;

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