Asian Development Bank

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Asian Development Bank

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The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is a multilateral development finance institution dedicated to reducing poverty in Asia and the Pacific. It was founded in 1966 with 31 members states and has now grown to include 63.

The headquarters is at 6 ADB Avenue, Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Philippines.

ADB has offices around the world.

The bank is led by a President, who is always from Japan and appointed by the Japanese government. The current President is Haruhiko Kuroda.

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Notable projects of the ADB

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Member states

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Asian and Pacific region

Afghanistan (1966)
Australia (1966)
Azerbaidzhan (1999)
Bangladesh (1973)
Bhutan (1982)
Cambodia (1966)
People's Republic of China (1986)
Cook Islands (1976)
Fiji (1970)
Hong Kong, China (1969)
India (1966)
Indonesia (1966)
Japan (1966)
Kazakhstan (1994)
Kiribati (1974)
Kyrgyz Republic (1994)
Lao PDR (1966)
Malaysia (1966)
Maldives (1978)
Marshall Islands (1990)
Micronesia (1990)
Mongolia (1991)
Myanmar (1973)
Nauru (1991)
Nepal (1966)
New Zealand (1966)
Pakistan (1966)
Palau (2003)
Papua New Guinea (1971)
Philippines (1966)
Samoa (1966)
Singapore (1966)
Solomon Islands (1973)
South Korea (1966)
Sri Lanka (1966)
Taipei, China (Taiwan) (1966)
Tajikistan (1998)
Thailand (1966)
Timor-Leste (2002)
Tonga (1972)
Turkmenistan (2000)
Tuvalu (1993)
Uzbekistan (1995)
Vanuatu (1981)
Vietnam (1966)
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Other regions

Austria (1966)
Belgium (1966)
Canada (1966)
Denmark (1966)
Finland (1966)
France (1970)
Germany (1966)
Italy (1966)
Luxembourg (2003)
Netherlands (1966)
Norway (1966)
Portugal (2002)
Spain (1986)
Sweden (1966)
Switzerland (1967)
Turkey (1991)
United Kingdom (1966)
United States (1966)
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News

  • ADB chief urges India to focus on labour market reforms - Financial Express
  • Indices recover from a mid-week slump and close the week with ... - domain-B
  • Councillors seek new water supply scheme - Hindu
  • ADB, France fund north Vietnam railway upgrade - Thanh Nien Daily
  • ADB pledges $34m to Pacific AIDS fight - ABC Online
  • UN anti-crime office joins with Asian Development Bank to fight ... - UN News Centre
  • Asian Development Bank lend Azerbaijan 179 mln usd in 2007 - ForexTV.com
  • No plan to direcly use forex for infrastructure: Bansal - Hindustan Times
  • Saparmurat Niyazov appoints Turkmenistan coordinators for Asian ... - Turkmenistan.ru
  • The Local Water Utilities Administration, an agency earning in ... - Tempo
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