ADB’s partnership with Uzbekistan supports reforms that help the country transition toward an inclusive, sustainable, and market-driven economy.
ADB and Foreign Enterprise Indorama Agro LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Indorama Corporation (IRC) signed a $15 million loan to support the livelihoods of farmers in Uzbekistan, enhance their climate resilience, and support ongoing recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
This report explains how the rapid adoption of digital technology in Central and West Asia can help unlock growth and shows why economies need to invest in training to build the skilled labor force needed for the jobs of the future.
This report analyzes how Uzbekistan’s key textile, garment, and construction sectors will be impacted by its adoption of digital technologies and shows how better training can help offset potential job losses and boost economic growth.
Central and West Asia, and its neighboring countries, must work together to address increasingly severe impacts of climate change that could lead to water scarcity, food insecurity, and even conflict in the region, ADB said today.
ADB is one of Uzbekistan’s largest development partners. ADB’s support in 2022 focused on reforms for the country’s transition toward an inclusive and market-driven economy. It is closely aligned with Uzbekistan’s national development strategy and its priority areas: (i) governance and public administration reforms; (ii) economic development, including structural reforms, strengthening private ownership and entrepreneurship, and improving transport and trade connectivity; and (iii) social development. The Government of Uzbekistan aims to reduce the state’s footprint through robust private sector. ADB assists in this transition by providing policy advice, capacity building, and projects that support private sector development, reduce economic and social disparities, and promote regional cooperation and integration.
64, Oloy Bozori Berk Street, Tashkent 100000, Uzbekistan
Office Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (Monday to Friday)
The Uzbekistan Resident Mission (URM), located in Tashkent, was formally opened in 1998. URM's primary responsibilities include:
URM applies the advantage of its in-country presence to assist missions from headquarters in periodic country portfolio and program review activities and to provide mission follow-up support. It can assist interested parties by providing information on ADB and its activities in general and in Uzbekistan. URM's resources are of interest particularly to stakeholders in ADB-supported projects in Uzbekistan.
URM will be closed on these dates:
* = The dates are subject to moonsighting.
Last updated: 13 January 2023