Tajikistan

EDB investment portfolio

01/07/2021

6 projects

$51.4 million

0.5% of the total

EFSD investment portfolio

01/06/2021

7 projects

$215 million

4% of the total


Tajikistan became a full member of Eurasian Development Bank in June 2009. Its contribution to the Bank’s capital is US $500,000.

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Publications

Uzbekistan and the EAEU: Prospects and Potential Impact of Economic Integration
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EDB Macroeconomic Forecast. The Return of Inflation: For How Long and Should We Fear It?
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12 May 2021
The Eurasian Development Bank (EDB) announces its seventh Eurasian Integration and Development in the 21st Century competition for the media and invites submissions. The first competition took place in 2015 and collected over 100 entries from the Bank’s member countries
22 April 2021
Nikolai Nikulin, Director of the Eurasian Development Bank’s (EDB) Representative Office in Tajikistan, and Masrur Nazriev, authorised representative of the Eurasian Fund for Stabilization and Development, held a working meeting with the Russian Trade Representative in Tajikistan Evgeny Korenkov
22 April 2021
Representatives of the Project Unit of the Eurasian Fund for Stabilization and Development (EFSD, Fund) managed by the Eurasian Development Bank (EDB) met with the management of the Ministry of Finance of Tajikistan
31 March 2021
The Eurasian Development Bank projects the aggregated GDP growth rate of its member countries at 3.3% in 2021, after a 3% decline in 2020. With progress in countering the pandemic, the easing of social distancing measures and favourable external economic conditions will be the key drivers of stronger consumer and investment demand. Most of the region’s economies will recover to pre-crisis levels by the end of 2021 and 2022. The EDB projects that the significant acceleration of inflation in the member states will be temporary, with inflation slowing down to an average of 4.5% year-on-year in the region by the end of 2021, from 6.3% year-on-year in February 2021. The risks according to the EDB’s projections remain high. Nevertheless, even with an unfavourable, prolonged pandemic, the Bank's member economies will be recovering in 2021.
26 March 2021
Unemployment rates in most of the Bank’s member countries remained moderate in 2020 and showed signs of decline in late 2020 – early 2021. Government anti-crisis measures have helped a lot in stabilising the labour market
09 March 2021
Nikolai Podguzov, Chairman of the Management Board of the Eurasian Development Bank (EDB), invited President of Tajikistan Emomali Rakhmon to lay the foundation stone of the inaugural school with instruction in Russian in April 2021. Nikolai Podguzov and Emomali Rakhmon met in Dushanbe as part of the EDB delegation’s visit to Tajikistan
29 December 2020
The Russian Federation has donated to the Eurasian Fund for Stabilization and Development (EFSD) managed by the Eurasian Development Bank (EDB). The funds will be used to construct and equip secondary schools in five cities of Tajikistan – Dushanbe, Kulyab, Khujand, Bokhtar, and Tursunzade
04 December 2020
The Travelling without COVID app developed by the Digital Initiative Fund of the Eurasian Development Bank (EDB DIF) was successfully tested today. Participants in the First Eurasian Congress from Yerevan and Minsk crossed the Russian Federation border at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo International Airport with the help of the app
30 November 2020
What is a “safe” and optimal debt level? How does rising debt affect economic growth? The COVID-19 pandemic has forced countries around the world to reconsider these issues facing the reality wherein the budgetary stimulus accompanied by government debt accumulation became principal instruments used to curtail shocks. The current EFSD Working Paper “Optimal Debt and the Quality of Institutions” indicates that, in countries with strong institutions, the debt threshold is above 55% of GDP, while economies with weaker political institutions feature a 37-38% debt-to-GDP threshold. Hence, the quality of institutions is one of the key factors for economic and debt sustainability and an efficient debt policy
26 November 2020
The Eurasian Development Bank forecasts an increase in the aggregate GDP of its member countries by 3.2% in 2021, after a 3.8% decline in 2020. The easing of restrictions globally and in the region’s countries as the fight against the pandemic progresses will be a key factor in reviving economic activity. Due to weak investment demand and partial preservation of social distancing, the full recovery of the region’s GDP to pre-crisis levels will take time. Kazakhstan is expected to achieve it in the second half of 2021; Russia, the Kyrgyz Republic, and Armenia in the first half of 2022; and Belarus in 2023. Because of persistently high risks, the EDB’s projections remain shifted toward lower estimates

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