1 ERD ESTIMATES PRE-PRODUCTION OF KHUNDII PROJECT TO TOTAL USD 32 MILLION WWW.ZGM.MN PUBLISHED:2019/01/21      2 NON-PERFORMING LOANS JUMP 54.8 PERCENT IN 2018 WWW.ZGM.MN PUBLISHED:2019/01/21      3 INNER MONGOLIA SEES RECORD FOREIGN TRADE VOLUME IN 2018 WWW.EN.CE.CN PUBLISHED:2019/01/21      4 MORE FLIGHTS BETWEEN SOUTH KOREA AND MONGOLIA WWW.NEWS.MN PUBLISHED:2019/01/21      5 CROSS-BORDER BRIDGE CONNECTING RUSSIA & CHINA TO OPEN IN 2020 WWW.RT.COM PUBLISHED:2019/01/21      6 GOLD, SILVER AND PLATINUM NOW PRINTED DIRECTLY ONTO FABRICS WWW.MINING.COM PUBLISHED:2019/01/21      7 LAW AMENDED TO LEGALIZE DISMISSAL OF SPEAKER BY MAJORITY OF MPS WWW.PRESIDENT.MN PUBLISHED:2019/01/21      8 MONGOLIAN TEAM SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETES DAKAR RALLY WWW.MONTSAME.MN PUBLISHED:2019/01/21      9 CHINA’S SLOWDOWN IS MINERS' SINGLE BIGGEST FEAR THIS YEAR — REPORT WWW.MINING.COM PUBLISHED:2019/01/18      10 CHINA, RUSSIA, MONGOLIA JOINTLY PROTECT SIBERIAN CRANE WWW.XINHUANET.COM PUBLISHED:2019/01/18      TAOBAO САЙТАД МОНГОЛД ҮЙЛДВЭРЛЭВ ГЭСЭН ЦЭС НЭМЭГДЭНЭ WWW.EAGLE.MN НИЙТЭЛСЭН:2019/01/21     БНХАУ-ЫН НҮҮРСНИЙ ОЛБОРЛОЛТ СҮҮЛИЙН 3 ЖИЛИЙН ДЭЭД ТҮВШИНД ХҮРЭВ WWW.BLOOMBEGTV.MN НИЙТЭЛСЭН:2019/01/21     МАНАЙ УРАЛДААНЧИД “ДАКАР РАЛЛИ”-ГААС ХҮРЭЛ МЕДАЛЬ ХҮРТЛЭЭ WWW.UNUUDUR.MN НИЙТЭЛСЭН:2019/01/21     2019 ОНЫ ИНФЛЯЦИЙН ХҮЛЭЭЛТ 7.6 ХУВЬ WWW.BLOOMBERGTV.MN НИЙТЭЛСЭН:2019/01/21     ОРОС, ХЯТАДЫГ ХОЛБОСОН ГҮҮР 2020 ОНД НЭЭЛТЭЭ ХИЙНЭ WWW.NEWS.MN НИЙТЭЛСЭН:2019/01/21     МОНГОЛ УЛС 21 НЭР ТӨРЛИЙН ВАКЦИН, 23 ОНОШИЛГООНЫ ТӨХӨӨРӨМЖ ҮЙЛДВЭРЛЭНЭ WWW.MONTSAME.MN НИЙТЭЛСЭН:2019/01/21     ТЭТГЭВРИЙН ЗЭЭЛИЙН ХҮҮГ 10 ХУВЬ БОЛГОН БУУРУУЛЛАА WWW.UNUUDUR.MN НИЙТЭЛСЭН:2019/01/21     "RIO TINTO" НЭГЖ ХУВЬЦААНДАА 1.74 АМ.ДОЛЛАРЫН НОГДОЛ АШИГ ТАРААЖ МАГАДГҮЙ WWW.BLOOMBERGTV.MN НИЙТЭЛСЭН:2019/01/21     ЦАГААН САРЫН БЭЛЭГНИЙ МӨНГӨ ЭРЭЭНИЙГ ДЭМЖСЭЭР БАЙНА WWW.ZGM.MN НИЙТЭЛСЭН:2019/01/18     ХОЛБООНЫ НӨӨЦИЙН САН БОДЛОГЫН ХҮҮГЭЭ ӨСГӨХӨД ДЭЛХИЙН 170 ОРЧИМ ВАЛЮТЫН ХАНШ СУЛАРДАГ WWW.IKON.MN НИЙТЭЛСЭН:2019/01/18    

ADB financing to Mongolia totals over 2 billion USD www.theubpost.mn

The Mongolian government has been working closely with ADB since 1991. Over the past 17 years, Mongolia received 2.34 billion USD from ADB, according to Raushan Mamatkulov, the head of the Project Administration Unit at the ADB Mongolia Resident Mission. This is equivalent to 0.07 percent of ADB’s overall operation costs.

ADB operations in 67 countries, 48 in the Asia Pacific region, totaled 32.2 billion USD, including 11.9 billion USD in co-financing, last year.

As of March 31, 2018, the Mongolian government received 2.14 billion USD in loans (58 concessional loans and 14 ordinary capital resources), 103.8 million USD through 107 technical assistance and grants, 101.6 million USD in project and technical assistance co-financing, 94.5 million USD in non-sovereign loans (four loans), and 101.5 million USD in grant funding from the Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction.

To date, 38 loans and grants have been distributed to Mongolia through 29 projects with the total net amount of 1.15 billion USD. Currently, there are 43 ongoing technical assistance, 14 of which were approved in 2017. These assistances are worth 9.7 million USD. The total value of all ongoing technical assistance amount to 42.92 million USD and if we look closer at their allocation, 24 of them are for capacity building, 11 for project preparatory, seven for policy advisory, and one for regional technical assistance.
Loans and Grants approved in 2017

Last year, ADB projected almost 400 million USD for six new and ongoing projects.

No Project Name Amount (million USD) Source
1 Social Welfare Support Program, Phase II (PBL) 150.0 OCR
2 Banking Sector Rehabilitation and Financial Stability Strengthening Program 100.0 OCR
3 Ulaanbaatar Urban Services and Ger Areas Development Investment Program (Tranche-2) 67.85 OCR
4 Sustaining Access to and Quality of Education During Economic Difficulties Project 50.0 COL
5 Ensuring Inclusiveness and Service Delivery for Persons with Disabilities Project 25.0 COL
6 Community Vegetable Farming for Livelihood Improvement 3.0 JFPR
7 Ensuring Inclusiveness and Service Delivery for Persons with Disabilities 2.0 JFPR
TOTAL: 397.85 
OCR = ordinary capital resources, COL = concessional OCR lending, JFPR = Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction, PBL = policy-based loan



Published Date:2018-05-16