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|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.
|Nov 2010||Improving the Road Network in Central Asia|
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) ensures that its transport projects have a long-lasting impact. Sue Barrett, Director for Transport, explains how the EBRD cooperates with other international financial institutions and how it helps the sector's institutional development through technical cooperation grants.
|Oct 2010||Azerbaijan: Roads that Build Networks|
From Azerbaijan you can travel by road to Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. That's why the Government of Azerbaijan has been pouring money into its north-south and east-west arteries—and it's aiming to have a network of motorways by 2015.
|Oct 2010||Toward a Modern Silk Road: How a Shifting Global Economy is Intensifying Economic Links between the Middle East and Asia|
The past few years have witnessed a renewal of economic ties between the Middle East and Asia, two regions linked by the historic Silk Route.
|Regional Cooperation, Trade Facilitation, Economy, Finance||REG||IMF|
|Oct 2010||Azerbaijan Highway Program|
The World Bank has supported Azerbaijan's road sector modernization through its Highway Program, which is being undertaken in three phases.
|Jul 2010||ADB and Tajikistan Launch a New Country Partnership Strategy|
Tajikistan and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) have agreed on a new Country Partnership Strategy (CPS) for 2010-2014, which will advance Tajikistan's drive to strengthen energy supplies and transport links, and to develop a vibrant private sector to help the economy diversify.
|Energy, Transport, Private Sector||TAJ||ADB|
|Jun 2010||New Afghanistan Rail Line Speeds Flow of Humanitarian Aid|
ADB President Haruhiko Kuroda has inaugurated a 75-kilometer stretch of railway connecting the Afghan city of Mazar-e-Sharif to the country's northern border, providing a vital humanitarian lifeline for the country.
|May 2010||Lifeline for Afghanistan|
In Afghanistan, ADB is supporting the construction of a 75 km railway linking Hairatan, on the border with Uzbekistan, to Mazare-e-Sharif, Afghanistan's second largest city. The railway will provide a vital lifeline for Afghanistan.
|Apr 2010||Projects, People and Places - Uzbekistan Grows with Help from ADB|
Four photo essays on Uzbekistan presenting ADB's contributions to small businesses, improvements in the rail system, upgrades to regional road networks, and modernized textbooks.
|Apr 2010||How Small Amounts Can Make Big Change - ADB|
With easier access to loans, small businesses are changing the face of the Uzbek economy.
|Apr 2010||Modern Highways Rejuvenate Ancient Trade Links - ADB|
Burgeoning regional road networks are creating jobs and helping commerce blossom in Central Asia.
|Transport, Trade Facilitation||REG||ADB|
|Apr 2010||New Silk Road on Track - ADB|
Faster, more modern trains are revitalizing the ancient Silk Road.
|Apr 2010||Modern Highways Rejuvenate Ancient Trade Links|
The new four-lane highway stretching across the Kazakh border will shorten transport time and generate better profits.
|Apr 2010||New Silk Road on Track|
Uzbekistan's railroads have been modernized and rehabilitated by the assistance of ADB.
|Apr 2010||How Small Amounts Can Make Big Change|
Small loans are expanding people's potential in Uzbekistan.
|Economy, Poverty Reduction||ADB|
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