PROJECTS

Alma Electricity Transmission Project

The project will improve the reliability and quality of electricity supply to consumers in the Almaty region in an environmentally responsible and financially sustainable manner. This will be achieved by expanding the capacity of Almaty’s transmission network to provide additional capacity and redundancy in the system for uninterrupted supply of electricity. Read More

UPCOMING EVENTS

October 2014

  • Authorized Economic Operators (AEO) Workshop

PUBLICATIONS

  • Asian Development Outlook 2014 Update: Asia in Global Value Chains

  • Energy Security in Asia: Prospects for Regional Cooperation

  • Revitalizing Industrial Growth in Pakistan: Trade, Infrastructure, and Environmental Performance

  • The Eurasian Connection : Supply-Chain Efficiency along the Modern Silk Route through Central Asia

  • CAREC Corridor Performance Measurement and Monitoring Annual Report 2013

  • Climate Change and Sustainable Water Management in Central Asia

  • Regional Economic Outlook Update: Middle East & Central Asia (May 2014)

  • Analysis of Informal Obstacles to Cross-Border Economic Activity in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan

  • Together We Deliver: 10 Stories from ADB-Supported Projects with Clear Development Impacts

  • Asian Development Outlook 2014: Fiscal Policy for Inclusive Growth

  • “At the Border” and “Behind the Border”: Integrated Trade Facilitation—Reforms and Implementation

  • CAREC Transport and Trade Facilitation Strategy 2020

  • Unstoppable: The Hairatan to Mazar-e-Sharif Railway Project Performance-Based Operation and Maintenance Contract

  • CAREC in Tajikistan: Building a Global Future

  • From Landlocked to Linked In: The Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation Program

  • CAREC Development Effectiveness Review 2012: Implementing CAREC 2020 – Vision and Action

  • Where to from Here? Corridor-based Transport Facilitation Arrangements in the CAREC Region

  • CAREC 2020: A Strategic Framework for the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation Program 2011–2020