ADB supports Georgia in becoming a regional hub economy through digital trade, regional connectivity, financial inclusion, business climate development, environmental sustainability, sustainable energy, and integration in global agricultural value chains.
ADB has appointed Lesley Bearman Lahm as its new Country Director for Georgia.
ADB began its partnership with Georgia in 2007 and is one of the country’s largest multilateral development partners.
Providing high-level climate risk assessments for cities in Armenia, Georgia, and Uzbekistan, this report is designed to mainstream mitigation and adaptation into urban planning to help ensure climate resilient growth.
ADB will invest 20 million lari (around $7.6 million) in Tegeta Motors Limited Liability Company’s (Tegeta) inaugural 2-year and 6-month lari-denominated green bond, the first-ever such issuance on the Georgian Stock Exchange.
The Government of Georgia has taken steps toward creating an open and resilient economy, facilitating institutional reforms, and promoting structural transformation. Committed to an inclusive growth process, it has considerably increased social sector spending, enhanced private sector competitiveness, and made public expenditure more transparent and predictable.
ADB began its partnership with Georgia in 2007 and is one of the country’s largest multilateral development partners. To date, ADB has committed 82 public sector loans, grants, and technical assistance totaling $3.9 billion to Georgia.
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ADB has been supporting the Government of Georgia since 2007. Although Georgia is among ADB’s most recent members, ADB’s country portfolio has grown rapidly, with cumulative approvals exceeding $1.9 billion since then. ADB is one of Georgia’s largest multilateral financiers, assisting with the development of public infrastructure and services.
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Last updated: 9 March 2023