Thank you for participating in our recent program, “Demystification of the Asian Development Bank.”

Please find below speaker presentations from the event.

Speakers Presentations:

Ambassador Robert M. Orr, Asian Development Bank, Manila, the Philippines
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Ms. Margaret Keshishian, Director, U.S. Commercial Service Liaison Office, ADB, Manila, the Philippines
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Mr. Sam Kaplan, President, TDA, Private Sector Liaison Officer of the World Bank, Seattle
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Mr. Amr J. Qari, Senior Procurement Specialist, ADB, Manila
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Please click here to download the presentation (Consulting)

Background on the The Asian Development Bank (ADB)

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) was created in 1996 to improve the living standards of its 67 member countries. By wisely targeting investments such as loans, grants, and expertise to countries such as India, China, Vietnam, Indonesia, Pakistan, the Philippines, Cambodia, Thailand, and others spanning the Pacific Islands and Central Asia, the ADB is able to help create a world in which everyone can share in the benefits of sustained and inclusive growth.

Additional thanks to these organizations for supporting the event:

  • Ex-Im Bank of the United States
  • Export Finance Assistance Center of Washington
  • K&L Gates LLP
  • Trade Development Alliance of Greater Seattle
  • Washington State China Relations Council
  • Washington State Dept. of Commerce
  • Washington State District Export Council
  • U.S. Small Business Administration