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Niue and ADB

ADB’s operations in Niue focuses on preparing and responding to shocks, delivering sustainable services, and supporting inclusive growth.

Overview

Fiscal discipline, along with large and predictable inflows of overseas development assistance, have helped to ensure macroeconomic stability in Niue. In April 2019, just one month after Niue joined the bank, ADB committed a technical assistance project to support improved public financial management in the country.

ADB Membership

Joined 2019

Shareholding and Voting Power

Number of shares held:
150 (0.001% of total shares)

Votes:
39,264 (0.295% of total membership, 0.453% of total regional membership)

Overall capital subscription:
$2.1 million

Paid-in capital subscription:
$0.11 million

In the Spotlight

Climate Change, Gender, Private Sector Development Among Priorities for New ADB Regional Director in Fiji

19 May 2022 | News Release

Climate Change, Gender, Private Sector Development Among Priorities for New ADB Regional Director in Fiji

Aaron Batten has assumed office as Regional Director of ADB's Pacific Subregional Office in Suva. He will oversee the delivery of financing and knowledge solutions in the Cook Islands, Fiji, Kiribati, Niue, Samoa, Tonga, and Tuvalu.

Bilateral Remittance Inflows to Asia and the Pacific: Countercyclicality and Motivations to Remit

10 May 2022 | Publication

Bilateral Remittance Inflows to Asia and the Pacific: Countercyclicality and Motivations to Remit

Bilateral remittance inflows are countercyclical against the business cycle of a remittance-receiving country relative to a sending country.

Asian Development Bank and Niue: Fact Sheet

25 Apr 2022 | Publication

Asian Development Bank and Niue: Fact Sheet

In March 2019, Niue became the 68th and most recent member of ADB. Niue and ADB are in the early stages of developing an investment and technical assistance pipeline.

Pacific Returns to Positive Growth as Vaccinations, Border Reopenings Strengthen Economies in 2022 — ADB

06 Apr 2022 | News Release

Pacific Returns to Positive Growth as Vaccinations, Border Reopenings Strengthen Economies in 2022 — ADB

After 2 years of recession caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Pacific is expected to return to positive growth this year, according to the Asian Development Outlook (ADO) 2022, ADB’s flagship economic publication.

Contact

Pacific Subregional Office (SPSO) - Asian Development Bank (ADB)

91 Gordon Street
Suva, Fiji

  Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Monday to Friday)

  Tel +679 3318101
  Fax +679 3318074
  E-mail

Holidays 2022

The Pacific Subregional Office (SPSO) is closed on these dates:

New Year's Day January 3 (Monday)
Good Friday April 15 (Friday)
Easter Monday April 18 (Monday)
Constitution Day September 7 (Wednesday)
Prophet Mohammed's Birthday October 7 (Friday)
Fiji Day October 10 (Monday)
Diwali October 25 (Tuesday)
Christmas Day December 26 (Monday), in lieu of December 25
Boxing Day December 27 (Tuesday), in lieu of December 26
New Year's Eve December 30 (Friday)

Last updated: 7 January 2022