- Matthew Westfall, Asian Development Bank (ADB) country director for Kazakhstan, shares his insights on the diversification of the country's economy and how the CAREC Program supports its goals. Read full story.
- The Asian Development Bank (ADB) Institute, the Agence Francaise de Developpement, and ADB, through the CAREC Institute, jointly organized a training workshop on Public-Private Partnership (PPP) in Infrastructure Development. Read more.
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
The project is part of the Global Environment Facility-supported CRESP that will enable commercial renewable electricity suppliers to provide energy to the electricity market efficiently, cost effectively, and on a large scale. It will construct a $100.9 million wind farm at Huitengxile in Inner Mongolia, one of two project components. The farm will consist of wind turbines; associated electrical and civil works including a substation, switchyard and control room; a 15-kilometer, 110-kilovolt transmission line to Desheng town; and upgrading of the existing substation there. Read More
- CAREC Federation of Carrier and Forwarder Associations (CFCFA) Meeting
- Time Release Study (TRS) Workshop
CAREC Transport and Trade Facilitation Strategy 2020
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