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In 2017, ADB’s operations reached $32.22 billion. Its own commitment of $20.09 billion for loans, grants and investments, and $201 million for technical assistance (TA), leveraged $11.92 billion in cofinancing.
ADB?and the Republic of Korea signed two agreements during ADB's 51st Annual Meeting in Manila—an MOU to expand Korea’s cofinancing support for ADB projects in the region, and a cooperation agreement on the Korea–Asia and Pacific Tech Corp Program.
Annual operations of ADB reached a record $32.2 billion in 2017, according to the?Annual Report. Cofinancing from bilateral and multilateral agencies and other financing partners amounted to $11.9 billion.
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Building strong partnerships with diverse institutions is a major focus of ADB’s Strategy 2030 to mobilize more resources for its sovereign and nonsovereign operations. A key measure of ADB’s success is the volume and quality of additional resources it mobilizes on top of its own financing.
ADB works jointly with international development agencies, multilateral and bilateral institutions, the private sector, and other emerging development partners to fund activities that improve people's?lives in the region. More on cofinancing with ADB
ADB also helps developing member country governments and private sector borrowers in securing debt financing from commercial financial institutions?for ADB projects on commercial terms. More on commercial cofinancing
Cofinancing for TA projects (2017)
Total cofinancing leveraged (2017)
Commercial cofinancing for investment projects (2017)
Official cofinancing for investment projects (2017)