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EBRD channels €42.5 million for completion of Minsk ring road

Project to promote better transport infrastructure in Belarus The EBRD is providing a €42.5 million loan for the completion of the outer ring road in Minsk, which will enable better interconnections around the Belarusian capital and improved links between the country’s major highways. The Bank is providing a long-term loan of up to €42.5 million […]

EBRD mobilises €946 million of donor funds to support investments

Donor resources help to boost private sector and meet Sustainable Development Goals Almost €1 billion of donor funds raised to support the EBRD’s work Donor funds to help advance global agenda of the Sustainable Development Goals EBRD and donor action to boost private sector investments The EBRD raised a total of €946 million from donors […]

New calls to cities and investors to deliver sustainable finance growth

Two Calls to Action to step up efforts to close the urban green investment gap by mobilising up to US$ 6 billion from public and private investors – making public funds go further and greener Today, in the context of the European Union’s High Level Conference on Sustainable Finance, and three months after the One Planet […]

EBRD Board Directors to visit Uzbekistan

A delegation from the EBRD’s Board of Directors will visit Uzbekistan from 19 to 23 March 2018. The visit, which is part of preparations for the Bank’s medium-term strategy for the country, will help the Directors to assess reforms taking place in Central Asia’s most populated country. The Directors will meet with the Uzbek authorities as well […]

Clean and accessible water for all in Khujand

With international donors, we’ve modernised water and wastewater services. Tajikistan, a mountainous, landlocked country in Central Asia, is blessed by nature and awe-inspiring views. But since it gained independence in 1991, it has yet to enjoy sustainable growth. Across the country such basic urban services as sanitation, water and public transport have often been neglected […]

EU supports training in Belarus to help strengthen its water resources management

Between 12 and16 March, experts from the European Environment Agency are in Belarus to hold a 5-day training session to help build the country’s capacity for developing water accounts and indicators to assess quantity and quality of water resources. According to the EU’s press release, such an assessment can support policymaking and underpin the implementation […]

EBRD approves new five-year strategy for Serbia

Reform of state-run companies tops list of priorities The EBRD’s Board of Directors has approved a new strategy for Serbia which will guide the Bank’s investments and policy work in the country for the next five years. The 2018-23 strategy sets out the following priorities: foster competitiveness and governance by boosting private companies and reforming state-owned enterprises and public utilities […]

EBRD, EU & CTF support green power generation in Ukraine

KNESS Group to open three solar plants with total capacity of 33.9 MW The EBRD is contributing to Ukraine’s energy security by pledging new funds for the development of alternative power generation. The latest project under the Ukraine Sustainable Energy Lending Facility (USELF) will support the development, construction and operation of three solar plants in the […]

GCF Board approves over USD 1 billion in funding for climate mitigation and adaptation

SONGDO, 01 MAR 2018 The first Green Climate Fund (GCF) Board meeting of 2018 concluded today after approving 23 projects, valued together at USD 1,093.5 million of GCF funding. The new approvals bring the GCF portfolio to a total of 76 projects and programmes, amounting to USD 3,730.2 million in GCF funding to assist developing countries […]

EBRD and partners boost transport connections in Western Balkans

Improving strategic transport links key to economic integration and growth  The Western Balkans Investment Summit brought together at EBRD Headquarters high-level government officials, including all six Prime Ministers, and private sector participants to discuss opportunities and challenges across the region. Regional transport connectivity featured high among the topics discussed to boost economic growth. It was also the […]

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Misson

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.