EDB investment portfolio


9 projects

$113 million

0,9% of the total


EDB Integration Business Barometer
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EDB Macroeconomic Outlook 2023
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EDB Monitoring of Mutual Investments 2022
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08 December 2022
The Eurasian Development Bank (EDB) conducted a two-day workshop for 32 representatives of Kyrgyz government organisations and agencies, including the President’s Office, the National Investment Agency, the PPP Centre, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Transport and Communications, the Ministry of Education and Science, the Ministry of Health, and the Bishkek Mayor’s Office
29 November 2022
The EDB has published its Macroeconomic Outlook for the Bank's six member states for 2023. Bank analysts expect the region’s economies to continue adapting to the new environment. In terms of economic developments in 2023, Russia’s GDP is projected to decline by 2% while the other countries will see growth in their GDPs: Armenia by 4.2%, Belarus by 0.3%, Kazakhstan by 4.2%, Kyrgyzstan by 3.5%, and Tajikistan by 6.5%
15 November 2022
The optimal scenario for developing Central Asia’s energy system, as proposed by the Eurasian Development Bank (EDB), would reduce investment needs in the region’s water and energy complex by US $11 billion, slow increases in the average tariffs for consumers from 50 to 35 per cent, and reduce installed capacity needs from 84.0 GW to 74.8 GW, said Alexander Gareyev, Managing Director and Head of the EDB Directorate for Energy, at the Second Almaty Energy Forum
10 November 2022
A new report by the Eurasian Development Bank (EDB, the Bank) focuses on structural changes in Central Asian economies. Over the past 20 years, Central Asian countries’ GDP has grown more than sevenfold, and at an average rate of 6.2%, which is faster than in developing countries and more than twice as fast as the world as a whole. Central Asia’s strategic role in wider Eurasia will increase, as will its importance to its immediate neighbours and key economic partners, Russia and China. The region’s countries have a historic opportunity to take advantage of their transit potential and to approach external markets through their emerging international transport corridors. Coordinated development of the water and energy complex, including green energy, also present significant opportunities for growth. Integration initiatives have significant potential to stimulate economic growth, with infrastructure integration being especially important
26 October 2022
The International North–South Transport Corridor (INSTC) becomes increasingly important as some EAEU countries reorientate their foreign trade and develop “new logistics.” For this reason, the Caspian countries are seeking to boost investment in the corridor’s transport infrastructure. EDB experts estimate that more than 100 projects are being planned for implementation before 2030. At the same time, over 40 non-tariff and other barriers impede the effective functioning of the corridor. A new EDB study provides recommendations on how to improve soft infrastructure, including the creation of an enabling environment for international freight transport, the harmonisation of border crossing procedures, and the introduction of a coordination mechanism for managing the INSTC
11 October 2022
The Eurasian Development Bank (EDB) will support the development of public-private partnerships (PPPs) in the Kyrgyz Republic. The Bank is ready to consider and finance new projects that use PPP mechanisms. The EDB and the PPP Centre of the National Investment Agency under the President of the Kyrgyz Republic made a relevant memorandum on the sidelines of the International PPP Conference in Bishkek
29 August 2022
Promoting academic mobility and attention to digital initiatives should be a form of support for young people in Eurasia. These proposals were put forward by Vladimir Pereboyev, Head of the Eurasian Development Bank’s (EDB) Research Department, and Viktor Shakhmatov, Director of the EDB Directorate for Digital Initiatives, at the CIS and EAEU Youth Forum in Cholpon-Ata (Kyrgyz Republic)
30 May 2022
The EDB has published its Macroeconomic Outlook for its region of operations for 2022–2024. The baseline scenario projects Russia and Belarus’s GDPs to decline by 7.0% and 6.5% in 2022, respectively. The economies of Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Tajikistan will continue to see positive growth at 1%, 2.5%, 1.1%, and 4.2%, respectively. Russia and Belarus’s adaptation to the new reality could take four to five quarters. GDP growth in these countries will return to positive rates and inflation will approach the targets in 2024
27 May 2022
The Eurasian Development Bank, the Ministry of Natural Resources, Ecology and Technical Supervision of the Kyrgyz Republic, the AIFC Green Finance Centre, and Bishkek Solar signed a cooperation agreement to finance the first phase of the construction of a solar power plant in the Kyrgyz Republic. The signing took place during the Eurasian Economic Forum in Bishkek
27 May 2022
The Eurasian Development Bank (EDB) signed a US $8 million framework agreement with Aiyl Bank to help implement its agriculture support programme. The signing took place during the Eurasian Economic Forum in Bishkek

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