Stable Growth Outlook for Developing Asia

Developing Asia’s outlook remains on track despite slower-than-expected first-quarter growth in the United States. Read More

The Growth Conundrum

Wealth gaps amid growth in three giant economies: People's Republic of China, India, and Indonesia. Read More

KfW, ADB Sign $2 Billion Cofinancing Partnership

German development bank KfW will cofinance with ADB up to $2 billion over 3 years to promote development in Asia and the Pacific, particularly in Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Mongolia, and Viet Nam. Read More

$300 Million Loan to Continue Power Upgrades in India’s Assam State

ADB has approved a $300 million loan to help India’s Assam state continue its drive to eliminate power sector inefficiencies that are hurting its consumers, its world-famous tea industry, and its environment. Read More

Overview

While continuing to support India’s endeavors to reduce poverty through infrastructure-led growth, ADB’s India program has developed and matured over the years in terms of its sector, geographic, and thematic coverage, in line with the government's evolving priorities and increasing focus on inclusive and sustainable growth.

Besides continuing its support for core infrastructure sectors, such as energy, transport, and urban services, ADB is now engaged in innovations in infrastructure finance and improving water resources management, agribusiness infrastructure development, and skills development.

Fast Facts

1,233.00 (2013)
Population in millions

1.3% (2008-2013)
Average annual population growth rate

21.9% (2012)
Population living below the national poverty line

ADB Lending

Amount ($M) / %
Sector (No. of loans)
281.36 / 0.89
Agriculture (7)
 
100.00 / 0.32
Education (1)
 
10,771.29 / 34.04
Energy (73)
 
2,620.00 / 8.28
Finance (19)
 
20.00 / 0.06
Health (1)
 
275.90 / 0.87
Industry and Trade (5)
 
1,450.00 / 4.58
Public Sector (9)
 
10,142.05 / 32.05
Transport and ICT (49)
 
2,805.96 / 8.87
Water Supply (30)
 
3,179.00 / 10.05
Multisector (17)
 
31,645.57 / 100.00
TOTAL (211)
Cumulative as of 31 December 2013