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|15 Apr 2010||
ADB Raises Assistance for Developing Asia to Improve Clean Energy Access ADB has boosted its technical assistance to scale up projects that provide the region's poor with better access to modern and reliable sources of clean energy. MANILA,...
|26 Mar 2010||
ADB Loan to Help Bangladesh Boost Natural Gas Supply, Spur Growth ADB is extending loans totaling $266 million to help Bangladesh address natural gas supply constraints in a bid to spur economic growth and cut poverty. MANILA, PHILIPPINES - The Asian...
|26 Oct 2012||
45273 45273-002 This technical assistance report is a decision document for the proposed Supporting Brick Sector Development Program in Bangladesh, containing issues, impacts, outcomes, methodology and key activities...
|2 Jun 2009||
ADB, Islamic Development Bank to Set Up Shari'ah-Compliant Infrastructure Fund ADB and the Islamic Development Bank today agreed to set up Asia's first major multi-country Islamic infrastructure fund. MANILA, PHILIPPINES – The Asian...
|18 Mar 2009||
ADB, Japan Help Bangladesh Tackle Climate Change Challenges Flood-prone Bangladesh is getting support from Japan and the Asian Development Bank to tackle the huge challenges posed by climate change over the coming decades. MANILA, PHILIPPINES - Flood-...
|23 Nov 2008||
ADB President Visits Islamic Development Bank in Jeddah The Presidents of the Islamic Development Bank Group and the Asian Development Bank have called for closer cooperation to enhance the impact of their development work in common member countries....
|11 Nov 2008||
ADB Allocates $3M Grant to Expand Clean Energy Program The Asian Development Bank is providing a $3 million grant to expand its clean energy program to involve more developing member countries. MANILA, PHILIPPINES - The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is...
|3 Oct 2008||
Bangladesh to Boost Private Infrastructure Investment Via ADB Bangladesh will mobilize massive private sector funds to invest in infrastructure projects with the help of a $165 million loan facility to be funded by the Asian Development Bank. MANILA,...
|1 Aug 2008||
Law and Policy Reform Briefs Effective regulation is vital for efficient delivery of utility services to consumers. It is also needed to keep the costs that consumers pay for utility services low and to attract private sector investment in new infrastructure development. As a major player in infrastructure development in the...
|13 Aug 2007||
Information Highway Project in South Asia targets ADB approval in 2007 Senior officials from Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal the 4 participating countries of the South Asia Sub-regional Economic Cooperation program jointly agreed on the project design of the proposed SASEC...