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Asian Development Bank

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is a non-profit finance institution with many Asian governments as shareholder members who are also the recipients of funding where appropriate.

The headquarters are situated in Manila, Philippines.

Member states within the Asian and Pacific region Afghanistan (1966), Australia (1966), Azerbaijan (1999), Bangladesh (1973), Bhutan (1982), Cambodia (1966), China (1986), Cook Islands (1976), Fiji Islands (1970), Hong Kong (1969), India (1966), Indonesia (1966), Japan (1966), Kazakhstan (1994), Kiribati (1974), Korea (1966), Kyrgyz Republic (1994), Lao People's Democratic Republic (1966), Malaysia (1966), Maldives (1978), Marshall Islands, Republic of the (1990), Micronesia (1990), Mongolia (1991), Myanmar (1973), Nauru (1991), Nepal (1966), New Zealand (1966), Pakistan (1966), Papua New Guinea (1971), Philippines (1966), Samoa (1966), Singapore (1966), Solomon Islands (1973), Sri Lanka (1966), Tajikistan (1998), Taipei, China (1966), Thailand (1966), Timor-Leste (2002), Tonga (1972), Turkmenistan (2000), Tuvalu (1993), Uzbekistan (1995), Vanuatu (1981), Viet Nam (1966)

Member states outside the Asian and Pacific region Austria (1966), Belgium (1966), Canada (1966), Denmark (1966), Finland (1966), France (1970), Germany (1966), Italy (1966), The Netherlands (1966), Norway (1966), Portugal (2002), Spain (1986), Sweden (1966), Switzerland (1967), Turkey (1991), United Kingdom (1966), United States (1966)

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