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Nov 2012IMF Says Caucasus and Central Asia Outlook is Favorable
Countries in the Caucasus and Central Asia continue to post a solid recovery from the global financial crisis, and the region’s economic outlook remains favorable, the International Monetary Fund says in its latest assessment.
VideoEconomy, Regional CooperationREGIMF
Oct 2012WTO welcomes Tajikistan
The World Trade Organization's (WTO) General Council paved the way for Tajikistan's WTO membership by approving its accession package. Tajikistan will have to ratify the deal and become WTO's 159th member 30 days after the ratification.
VideoTrade PolicyTAJWTO
Sep 2012Kazakhstan's Rising Income Status
The Asian Development Bank's partnership with Kazakhstan was forged in 1994, providing much needed support in agriculture, education, finance, industry, enterprise sector reforms, and delivery of social services. Today, the extent of economic and social progress taking place across the country is hard to ignore.
PhotoEconomyKAZADB
Sep 2012Uzbekistan: On a Fast Track to Development
Since 1995, the Asian Development Bank has supported Uzbekistan's efforts toward environmentally sustainable rural development, as well as the development of the private sector, regional transport and transit routes, and human capital. Robust economic progress has brought steady gains in living standards and investments in large infrastructure projects.
PhotoEconomy, TransportUZBADB
Jul 2012Afghanistan: The Next Decade and Beyond
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has provided nearly $2.9 billion in concessional loans, grants, and technical assistance since ADB's operations resumed in Afghanistan in 2002. ADB hopes to improve the lives of millions of people, by 2020.
PhotoEconomy, Transport, EnergyAFGADB
May 2012CAREC Advisor Mr Lan Wu on Regional Cooperation in Central Asia
CAREC Advisor Mr Lan Wu discussed the role of the Asian Development Bank in improving regional cooperation in Central Asia. The discussion focused on the work of the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) Program. He was interviewed by Ms. Zhanat Yertlessova, host of Professional Talk, who is also an economist and freelance adviser to the Prime Minister of Kazakhstan. The interview took place on 7 October 2010.
VideoRegional Cooperation, Transport, Trade Facilitation, Trade Policy, EnergyREGCAREC
Apr 2012Mongolia Moving Forward
The Asian Development Bank and the Government of Mongolia have agreed on a new 5-year development assistance strategy that aims to help the country diversify its economy and tackle poverty issues.
PhotoEconomy, TransportMONADB
Feb 2012Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC): Building a Global Future
As the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) Program celebrates 10 years of regional economic cooperation in Central Asia and neighboring countries, this video highlights CAREC achievements in the sectors of transport, trade, and energy. The partnership includes member 10 countries: Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, the People's Republic of China, Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Mongolia, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan.
VideoRegional Cooperation, Transport, Trade Facilitation, Trade Policy, EnergyREGCAREC
Jan 2012Children Dream of Bright and Modern Future for Tajikistan and Its Neighbors
Children from Dushanbe entered a drawing contest to commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation Program.
PhotoRegional CooperationTAJADB
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