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ADB Partnership with Mongolia to Focus on Recovery from COVID-19 for Inclusive and Sustainable Growth

06 Sep 2021 | News Release

ADB Partnership with Mongolia to Focus on Recovery from COVID-19 for Inclusive and Sustainable Growth

The Asian Development Bank has launched a new country partnership strategy for Mongolia covering 2021–2024 to help the country recover from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic and lay resilient foundations for inclusive...

$19 Million ADB Package to Support Rollout of COVID-19 Vaccines in Mongolia

28 May 2021 | News Release

$19 Million ADB Package to Support Rollout of COVID-19 Vaccines in Mongolia

The Asian Development Bank today approved a loan package of $19 million for Mongolia to purchase safe and effective vaccines against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). 

ADB Forecasts 4.6% Growth in Mongolia in 2021 Backed by Accommodative Policies

22 Sep 2021 | News Release

ADB Forecasts 4.6% Growth in Mongolia in 2021 Backed by Accommodative Policies

Mongolia’s economic rebound continues in 2021, driven by strong recovery in the People’s Republic of China, robust export demand, and increased private outlays, says a new report by the Asian Development Bank.

ADB to Continue Supporting Sustainable Tourism in Eastern Mongolia Under New Country Partnership Strategy

13 Sep 2021 | News Release

ADB to Continue Supporting Sustainable Tourism in Eastern Mongolia Under New Country Partnership Strategy

Provincial-level consultations under the 30th anniversary commemoration of the Asian Development Bank (ADB)–Mongolia partnership continued today in the eastern region, including Khentii, Dornod, and Sukhbaatar provinces.