ADB Approves $350 Million for Sri Lanka Economic Stabilization Program
ADB has approved a $350 million special policy-based loan to provide budget support to Sri Lanka for economic stabilization. The program is part of a broader package of financial assistance anchored by the International Monetary Fund’s Extended Fund Facility for the country, which aims to stabilize the economy and lay the foundation for economic recovery and sustained growth.
Join us in May 2024 as Georgia hosts the Asian Development Bank's 57th Annual Meeting of the ADB Board of Governors in the capital city of Tblisi from 2 to 5 May 2024.
ADB and the governments of Australia and Papua New Guinea today launched a cofinanced project to improve the country’s technical and vocational education and training program.
To achieve greenhouse gas emission by 20-25% by 2030, Thailand’s mass adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) is needed with streamlined policies, product manufacturing, and infrastructure. ADB’s finance and knowledge supports create better understanding and opportunities of electric mobility.
ADB has launched a new country partnership strategy for India with a focus on deepening its engagement with the country and supporting India’s drive for robust, climate-resilient, and inclusive growth.
Climate change is hitting Asia and the Pacific hard, with many countries ill-prepared for the crisis. Yet, financial institutions stand poised to make a difference if they promote sustainable practices and receive the right support.
Technological transformation in Indonesia should take into account the different needs and opportunities of each region to avoid exacerbating development disparities. Targeted policies are needed to prepare these areas for digitization.
The emergence of ‘blue carbon’ in the global carbon markets could help protect Southeast Asia's coastlines, but these habitats should be valued for more than their carbon.
The ADB Business Opportunities Fair 2023, to be held 4-5 October in Manila, Philippines, is a one-stop forum for consultants, contractors, manufacturers, and suppliers looking to provide goods and services for ADB projects.
The TSCFP Awards 2022 on 5 September 2023 recognize the outstanding contribution of TSCFP's partner banks in boosting trade and supply chain finance in Asia and the Pacific.
The course will explore the latest advancements in digital assets, the environmental, social, and governance impacts, and strategies and tools for mitigating associated risks.
The roundtable will provide a platform for experts to discuss labor migration trends, policies, country/regional experiences, and best practices.