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About IFIs and IFFOs:

  Headquarters – Manila (Philippines)

Year of foundation – 1966
The number of members is 67 countries, including 48 regional members and 19 European countries, as well as the USA
The largest shareholders are Japan (15.67%), USA (15.56%), China (6.47%), India (6.36%), Australia (5.81%), Canada (5.25%), Indonesia (5.17%), Republic of Korea (5.06%), Germany (4.34%)

Uzbekistan – 0.676%

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Japan (15.67%), USA (15.56%), China (6.47%), India (6.36%), Australia (5.81%), Canada (5.25%), Indonesia (5.17%), Republic of Korea (5.06%), Germany (4.34%), Uzbekistan – 0.676%

President – Takehiko Nakao (from April 28, 2013)
First President – Takeshi Watanabe
The Executive Director representing Uzbekistan in the Board of Directors of ADB – Yingchang Song (from August 2017) – from the Republic of Korea.
Countries belonging to the same group of countries with Uzbekistan – Vanuatu, Vietnam, Papua New Guinea, Republic of Korea, Taipei (China), Sri Lanka.

Cooperation with the Republic of Uzbekistan

The list of the main normative-legal acts regulating the cooperation of Uzbekistan with the ADB – Resolution of the Oliy Majlis of the Republic of Uzbekistan of August 31, 1995. No. 124-I, Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan of January 16, 1998. No. 27 “On approval of the Agreement on opening of Permanent Mission of the Asian Development Bank in Uzbekistan”.

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Number of shares/votes of the Republic of Uzbekistan of the total number – Number of shares – 71,502 (0.676%), Voting rights – 0.84%.

42 projects have been completed (total cost 4.1 billion dollars, including ADB loans – 2.8 billion dollars), 22 projects at the implementation stage (total value 10.7 billion dollars, including ADB loans – 3.9 billion dollars.), of which 3 joint projects are implemented in the private sector with a total value of 4.98 billion dollars with a share of co-financing of ADB in the amount of 0.7 billion dollars.

In 2017, 4 projects worth $1.075 billion were approved:

— The project “Electrification of Pap – Namangan – Andijan railways” ($80 million);
— Project “Program for affordable housing in rural areas” ($500 million);
— Project “Improving primary medico-sanitary care” ($45 million);
— Project “Improving the efficiency of power generation” ($ 450 million)

For the first quarter of 2018, loan negotiations were held on projects “Development of water supply system in six districts of the Republic of Karakalpakstan” in the amount of $145.00 million. “Development of value chain in fruit-growing sector” in the amount of 198.0 million dollars. The program of economic management improvement in the amount of $300 million