ADB's Work in Uzbekistan
Shareholding and Voting Power
Number of shares held:
71,502 (0.672% of total shares)
110,616 (0.832% of total membership, 1.277% of total regional membership)
Overall capital subscription:
Paid-in capital subscription:
Uzbekistan joined the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in 1995. Today, emboldened by a new development strategy and a comprehensive reform agenda, the country is striving for a vibrant economy led by the private sector.
In 2019, ADB approved a new country partnership strategy for Uzbekistan covering 2019–2023. This partnership strategy is aligned with the country’s national development strategy and supports the Government of Uzbekistan’s ongoing reforms to transition toward a more inclusive and market-driven economy. The government’s objectives can only be achieved by developing a robust private sector and reducing the state’s pervasive footprint. ADB will assist this transition by providing policy advice, investments, and capacity-building projects that support private sector development, reduce economic and social disparities, and promote regional cooperation and integration.
Since 1995, ADB has committed loans, grants, and technical assistance amounting to $10.1 billion for Uzbekistan.
Bibi-Khanym Mosque is a famous historical site in Samarkand, Uzbekistan.