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|Dec 2015||CAREC: Looking to a Vibrant Future in Kazakhstan|
As of 2015, more than $8.27 billion has been invested in transport, trade, and energy in Kazakhstan through the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) Program.
|Dec 2014||Presenting the Almaty Ring Road|
This landmark public-private partnership, backed by the EBRD, IFC and the Kazakh Government, is the first under a new regulatory framework and could lead to more such partnerships in Kazakhstan's infrastructure sector.
|Apr 2014||ADB and Kazakhstan: A Fruitful Partnership|
Asian Development Bank (ADB) has been working with the Government of Kazakhstan since the country's independence in 1991, a partnership that has helped the country move from a centrally planned to a market-driven economy.
|Apr 2014||ADB and Kazakhstan: Connecting East and West|
In landlocked Kazakhstan, connectivity is key to economic development. The government is upgrading more than 2,700 km of road to eventually link the People's Republic of China to Europe. ADB, along with partners, is funding a 470 km stretch of the road in Zhambyl Oblast.
|Dec 2013||New EBRD Country Strategy for Kazakhstan|
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) Managing Director for Turkey, Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia, Olivier Descamps shares the highlights and priorities of the bank's new country strategy for Kazakhstan.
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|Jun 2013||Looking to a Vibrant Future in Kazakhstan|
Since 2001, a total of $7.9 billion has been invested in transport, trade, and energy in Kazakhstan through the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) Program.
|Sep 2012||Kazakhstan'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.
|Nov 2010||A New Silk Road|
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development has provided loans for several key projects in the transport sector in Kazakhstan. The projects will help integrate Central Asian countries into the international road network and strengthen vital trade links between Western Europe and Asia.
|Sep 2009||Western Europe-Western China Corridor Project|
The corridor project is the largest World Bank loan in history. Kazakhstan will have important trade links with the People's Republic of China to the Russian Federation, and with the European Union.
|Nov 2008||A New Silk Road Links Asia to Europe - ADB|
The Asian Development Bank has extended $700 million to Kazakhstan for a new 2,715 kilometer (1,687 mile) road linking Asia to Europe. This 'new silk road' will boost trade between Beijing and Brussels, and create extraordinary opportunities for the region's people.
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