China and Mongolia on Monday signed 11 bilateral cooperation agreements worth $450 million as part of the Mongolian prime minister's visit to Beijing.
The agreements inked by the Mongolian Premier Khurelsukh Ukhnaa and Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang included a pact for economic and technological cooperation worth 2 billion yuan ($315 million), which is to be made available by the government of China.
They also signed memoranda to promote investment and production capacity and an inter-governmental agreement to boost development in the border areas between the two countries.
Li and Khurelsukh approved the construction of a waste water treatment plant in Ulaan Baatar and other initiatives to fight pollution.
The agriculture, education and sports sectors were also included in the agreements.