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EBRD supports efficient grain logistics in Ukraine

Leading grain trader Nibulon to develop new infrastructure and increase exports The EBRD is promoting the development of grain logistics in Ukraine by increasing the capacity of the country’s inland waterways and creating associated infrastructure. A US$ 50 million loan to Nibulon Group, one of Ukraine’s largest grain exporters, will improve logistical solutions, help increase the firm’s […]

Upgrading Kosovo’s only international rail link

EU provides €38.5 million to EBRD-funded rail modernisation project through Western Balkans Investment Framework Following a senior loan of €39.9 million from the EBRD in 2015 to finance the three-stage modernisation of Kosovo’s railway infrastructure, a grant agreement for a further €38.5 million of co-financing from the European Union through the Western Balkans Investment Framework (WBIF) was signed […]

EBRD appoints Angela Sax new head of Moldova

Senior banker takes over Chisinau office arriving from Armenia The EBRD has appointed Angela Sax the new head of office for its operations in Moldova. Mrs Sax was introduced to the local authorities today by EBRD President Suma Chakrabarti during a visit to the capital Chisinau. She will take up her new post in April 2018. Angela Sax […]

EBRD hails Moldova’s banking breakthrough

Important turning point and great opportunity to take decisive steps, says President Chakrabarti on visit to Chisinau EBRD President Suma Chakrabarti has hailed the recent breakthrough in Moldova’s banking sector, on a visit to the capital, Chisinau, and called on the authorities to build on this momentum. “We are pleased that the National Bank of Moldova […]

EBRD initiates review of three governance policies

Environment and Social Policy, Public Information Policy, and Project Complaint Mechanism Rules of Procedure to be updated The EBRD is starting work to review three major governance policies – the Bank’s Environmental and Social Policy, the Public Information Policy and the Project Complaint Mechanism Rules of Procedure. These policies were last updated and approved by the EBRD Board of […]

EBRD finances 36 MW solar plant near Lviv

Solar panels will be installed on site of former chemical plant in western Ukraine The EBRD is supporting a new 36 MW solar plant in western Ukraine as part of its commitment to making the energy mix in its countries of operations greener. The investment is made together with the Clean Technology Fund, the Bank’s partner in […]

Kazakhstan Launches Online Platform for Monitoring and Reporting Greenhouse Gases

ASTANA, February 5, 2018 – An online platform for monitoring, reporting and verifying emission sources and greenhouse gases (GHG) was officially launched today by the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the World Bank. The platform is an essential element of the National Emissions Trading System of Kazakhstan, which was launched in 2013 as the […]

Cleaning up Tajikistan’s second largest city

Khujand benefits from solid waste management improvement One of the oldest cities in Central Asia, located along the ancient Silk Road, conquered by the Alexander the Great and incorporated into the Soviet Union, the city of Khujand has witnessed a lot. So has its infrastructure. Largely hidden from most eyes, waste management systems are a […]

2018 Letter to Partners

Dear GCF Partners and friends, We at the Green Climate Fund hope 2018 has started well for you and that it will be a productive and rewarding year. As 2018 rolls on, we would like to outline our plans for the next twelve months. The Board’s work programme for 2018 underscores GCF’s overarching priority of […]

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Centre for Developing Markets (Centre) was set up as a coordination hub that supports and facilitates business opportunities in early market-oriented economies and emerging markets. In cooperation with international financial institutions the Centre actively promotes integration of the Czech engineers, consultants and suppliers into the international business environment during preparation and implementation phases of infrastructure projects across developing markets.

Vision

  • Czech consultants and suppliers will successfully pursue and implement infrastructure projects financed by international financial institutions across developing markets, and
  • ARI will act as a partner across selected developing markets towards governmental and international financial institutions as well as developing agencies in the infrastructure sector

Goals

The Centre focuses on achieving the following objectives:

  • Support Czech Republic’s entry into the Asian Development Bank (ADB).

Services

  • Monitoring of strategic plans and projects prepared by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), the World Bank (WB), the European Commission (EC), the European Investment Bank (EIB) and the Green Climate Fund (GCF).
  • Searching and identification of market opportunities in Eastern Europe, Baltics, Balkans, Caucasus and Central Asia.
  • Organisation for ARI members and clients networking and matchmaking events with representatives of development banks, governmental delegations from developing countries, potential contracting authorities and suppliers.
  • Assistance with searching for local partners across developing markets.
  • Sharing know-how while preparing competitive bids and expression of interests.
  • Providing information on the legal, commercial and political environment of developing countries.
  • Organisation of regular coordination meetings among members and representatives of international institutions.

MEMBERS AND PARTNERS

The Association represents more than 50 companies, institutions, embassies and chambers of commerce – established to seek mutual support and jointly contribute to achieve the sustainable development of public infrastructure in the Czech Republic and a qualitative growth of the supplier sector by strengthening its know-how and social responsibility.

The Association is accepting applications from companies interested to support and even participate in expert discussions and preparation of conceptual changes in the Czech infrastructure sector.