Asian Development Bank (ADB) revises upward the gross domestic product (GDP) growth projections included in April’s Asian Development Outlook 2010 (ADO 2010) for four countries (Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, and Tajikistan) of the eight in Central Asia in its annual flagship economic publication Asian Development Outlook (ADO) 2010 Update.
The Kyrgyz Republic is getting financial assistance of nearly US$45 million from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to help turnaround a power sector hampered by inefficiencies and losses.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) maintained its earlier forecast of the GDP growth of Uzbekistan in 2010 and 2011. In its Asian Development Outlook 2010 Update, the ADB said that the Uzbek economy will grow by 8.5% in 2010 and 9% in 2011.
Developing Asia's robust recovery from the global crisis is gaining further momentum, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) says in its annual flagship economic publication Asian Development Outlook 2010 Update, released today.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is extending a loan facility of up to US$800 million to Kazakhstan to upgrade roads and boost transit trade along a key Central Asia transport corridor.
The Seventh International specialized construction exhibition “ExpoConstruction Uzbekistan” will take place in Tashkent’s UzExpoCenter on 28-30 September 2010.
Turkmenistan commissioned a new natural gas compression station Bagtyyarlik to significantly boost export of gas to China.
State Committee of Uzbekistan on Demonopolization and Development of Competition received complaint from enterprises, including Hsen-Bobi private enterprise, engaged in trade of liquefied gas.
Fourth session of the Uzbek-Polish intergovernmental commission on trade-economic cooperation will be held in Tashkent in 2011, the head of the Department on assisting trade and investment of Poland Embassy in Tashkent Slawomir Strzalkowski said.