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29 Jul 2010
Public-private partnerships can play a vital role in unlocking Central Asia's vast economic potential, senior officials at ADB told a business forum here.
4 May 2010
Expanding transport, energy and trade links through regional cooperation to boost growth among the members of the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation community was highlighted at a seminar at ADB's 43rd Annual Meeting in Tashkent.
2 May 2010
Central Asia, standing at the crossroads of east and west, is a remarkable region. Largely landlocked, criss-crossed with unique dry lands, mountains, and globally important river systems, it is home to a true melting pot of ethnic groups and cultures. But it is also a region under pressure, beset by growing strains on its land, waterways, plants, animals and other natural resources.
1 May 2010
ADB President Haruhiko Kuroda on Saturday signed a $350 million loan agreement to boost the efficiency of Uzbekistan's electricity supply through the construction of a new combined cycle gas turbine.
20 Apr 2010
A key highway in Uzbekistan linking the Central Asian country to its neighbors is getting support from a $600 million ADB multitranche financing facility.
16 Feb 2010
ADB President Haruhiko Kuroda on Tuesday praised Uzbekistan for its strong support for regional cooperation, saying that improved trade and transport links will help Central Asia reap the benefits of its strategic location.
4 Nov 2009
ADB has announced a new video competition - My View: The Asia-Pacific Climate Change Video Contest - to promote awareness of climate change, stimulate debate, and encourage climate change solutions in the lead-up to the 2009 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen.
3 Nov 2009
The Asia and Pacific region must invest between $7 trillion and $9.7 trillion in the energy sector from 2005 to 2030 to meet the rapidly growing demand for energy in the region, according to a new report released by the Asian Development Bank.
28 Oct 2009
Private sector officials from ADB today completed a visit to Azerbaijan, Mongolia and Uzbekistan as part of ADB's push to expand its Trade Finance Facilitation Program throughout Central Asia.
16 Oct 2009
Ministers at the 8th Ministerial Conference on CAREC today endorsed two major plans to advance cooperation in the region's transport, trade and energy sectors.