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|Sep 2009||Western Europe-Western China Corridor Project|
The corridor project is the largest World Bank loan in history. Kazakhstan will have important trade links with the People's Republic of China to the Russian Federation, and with the European Union.
|Aug 2009||Energy is Life: A Steady Supply of Electricity is Changing Lives in Afghanistan|
After more than three decades of conflict, much of Afghanistan's power transmission and distribution infrastructure was destroyed. Bringing reliable electricity to the people of Afghanistan is a key component of the ADB's strategy to support Afghanistan's reconstruction and development.
|Aug 2009||Kabul Lights Up - ADB|
For the first time in more than a generation, many of Kabul, Afghanistan's 4 million people are enjoying the benefits of electricity. In January 2009, power began to flow into Kabul along an ADB-funded transmission line running from neighboring Uzbekistan.
|Aug 2009||Bringing Electricity to Afghanistan - Juan Miranda, ADB|
Juan Miranda, Director General of ADB's Central and West Asia Department, talks about ADB's role in bringing electricity to Afghanistan.
|Aug 2009||Mr. Ahmed Wali Shairzay, Deputy Energy Minister of Afghanistan|
Afghanistan's Deputy Energy Minister, Mr. Ahmed Wali Shairzay, talks on the economic value and social benefits of bringing new electricity supply into Kabul.
|Jun 2009||In for the Long Haul - World Business|
World Business: Currently, less than 1% of trade between Europe and Asia is carried by road along the Silk Route. However, efforts are now underway to create a land bridge on the Eurasian continent.
|Mar 2009||Tajikistan, ADB Mark 10 Years of Partnership|
On 19 March 2009, Asian Development Bank's Vice President Xiaoyu Zhao met with Tajikistan President Emomali Rakhmon on the sidelines of the 10th anniversary of partnership between ADB and Tajikistan.
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