Aside from progress in the program's four priority sectors, the midyear CAREC Senior Officials' Meeting (SOM) discussed updates on the proposed economic corridor development study, the CAREC development effectiveness review, the CAREC corridor performance measurement and monitoring report, and the CAREC Institute. Read more.
ADB hosted a reception dinner to welcome participants to the CAREC Senior Officials' Meeting. In his welcome remarks, ADB Vice President Wencai Zhang cited key strategies in the program's four priority sectors and encouraged continued collective efforts to move towards regional cooperation and integration.
The soon-to-be-completed road from Dushanbe's Western Gate to the Uzbekistan border will provide a vital connection between Tajikistan and its neighbors. See ADB news release.
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The project will increase national and regional trade, and further economic growth due to improved connectivity and mobility along the Tajikistan sections of CAREC Corridor 3. Read More
- Specialized Customs Training, SCC
- TRS Workshop
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Regional Economic Outlook Update: Middle East & Central Asia (May 2014)
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 (DeFR) 2012: Implementing CAREC 2020 – Vision and Action