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private:asiandevelopmentassistanceboard-2 1361174 May 22nd, 2019 12:00AM Asian Development Assistance Board, ADAB. 116 3.00 Open International Trade and Development May 22nd, 2019 10:17AM May 22nd, 2019 10:17AM The Asian Development Assistance Board, ADAB, was created in January 1996 at the initiative of the then Chinese Ministry of Foreign Trade & Economic Cooperation (MOFTEC) in Beijing together with the World Bank Group (WBG) in Washington DC. Later that year the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in Manila joined this initiative. Singapore was chosen as its operational seat. In October 2000 Mdm. Wu Yi, Head of MOFTEC and later Chinese State Councilor and Vice-Premier, issued a special directive that enabled the ADAB to move its operational and coordination centre from Singapore to the People’s Republic where it established bureaux in Liaoning, Zhejiang and Guangdong. The ADAB was formed as a strictly apolitical and not-for-profit entity with as main objective assisting the implementation of the “Strategic Compact”, a MOFTEC-WBG sub-program for the fundamental reform and renewal of economic, industrial and social collaboration between “East and West”. In practical terms, the ADAB was to advise, guide and assist Western entities with investments or with the establishment of a permanent presence in the Asia-Indo-Pacific Area, particularly within the People’s Republic of China. Funding of projects was initially divided between ADAB’s initiators/sponsors (72%) and the benefiting parties (28%). Between early 1997 and 2010 the foundation successfully completed a total of almost USD 2bn in initial FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) projects within its geographical territory. Several of these projects were introduced or recommended by the WBG, foreign Chambers of Commerce, diplomatic missions in the target countries, and leading financial institutions. As of January 2011 ADAB’s objectives and operations have significantly changed. The original sponsorship of its initiators was altered into an arrangement whereby the ADAB became their project DACON- consultant. The organisation, now self-governing whilst strictly maintaining its not-for-profit economic status, is -in accordance with its Founding Chapter- not to be involved in any manufacturing, trading, transportation, financing, sales, marketing or related commercial activity, nevertheless allowed participating as minority stakeholder in selected projects. Since 2011 the ADAB initiates its own projects that are mainly directed to the development in Greater China and the Asia-Indo-Pacific region of education, public healthcare, urbanisation, infrastructure, high-tech industries, transportation, artificial intelligence, automation and robotics. Another main task is providing recommendation and guidance on and to Sino-Foreign Joint Ventures and on outward-bound investments particularly from private or corporate (non-State related) Chinese sources. The ADAB also acts as a conduit between tertiary educational, scientific and research institutes in both the European Union and Asia with emphasis on issues regarding the Protection of Intellectual Property Rights, Trademarks, Copyrights and Patents as well as on matters of Franchising, Trade Secrets and Technology Transfer in the People’s Republic of China. Initially registered in The Netherlands and in Singapore, since early 2017 the ADAB maintains its legal E.U.-Executive Centre in Tallinn, the capital of the Estonian Republic. Project coordination is directed from Shenyang in China’s northeastern Liaoning province. Open Open Sepapaja 6. Tallinn Harju EE 15551
private:asiandevelopmentassistanceboard-2 1361174 Mar 23rd, 2018 12:00AM Asian Development Assistance Board, ADAB. 102 3.00 Open International Trade and Development Mar 23rd, 2017 10:51AM Mar 23rd, 2017 10:51AM The Asian Development Assistance Board, ADAB, was established in 1995 as a Foundation in Singapore. In 1998, after an internal re-organisation, it was registered in The Netherlands and in the USA as an advisory body for development projects in Asia by the World Bank Group in Washington DC, followed later by that for the Asian Development Bank in Manila. In 2001, its China Operations Centre moved from Singapore to Shenyang, in the industrial heartland of the country’s northeast. Over the ensuing years ADAB’s work became for a larger part focused on assisting numerous foreign manufacturing and technology entities looking to establish a permanent presence in China and in the Region, either as wholly foreign-owned or as joint ventures. It took responsibility for their contacts with China’s local and central authorities, mediated in registration procedures, identified and screened potential local partners or supply sources and took care of all formal applications needed for their operations in the PRC. In early 2002 it was appointed consultant to the Shenyang Aircraft Corporation SAC, now part of AVIC. Since 2009, when ADAB’s Coordination Centre moved to Ningbo, near Shanghai, the Board has extended its scope of activities to include education, urbanisation, hospitality, civil aviation and healthcare. It became a strategic partner of the official Dutch life sciences and healthcare platform “Task Force Health Care” in which the Government of The Netherlands is closely involved. Various new hospitals, nursing schools and facilities for geriatric care in China are part of the projects the ADAB is advising on or for which it facilitates funding. In civil aviation, the ADAB, together with ASEA, initiated the establishment of flight training academies for airline pilots in China, Indonesia and the ROK. To date, the Board’s core task remains the development of commercial, economic and social initiatives in the economies of Asia, particularly in the PRC. .
private:asiandevelopmentassistanceboard-2 1361174 Feb 17th, 2018 12:00AM Asian Development Assistance Board, ADAB. 102 3.00 Open International Trade and Development Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM The Asian Development Assistance Board, ADAB, was established in 1995 as a Foundation in Singapore. In 1998, after an internal re-organisation, it was registered in The Netherlands and in the USA as an advisory body for development projects in Asia by the World Bank Group in Washington DC, followed later by that for the Asian Development Bank in Manila. In 2001, its China Operations Centre moved from Singapore to Shenyang, in the industrial heartland of the country’s northeast. Over the ensuing years ADAB’s work became for a larger part focused on assisting numerous foreign manufacturing and technology entities looking to establish a permanent presence in China and in the Region, either as wholly foreign-owned or as joint ventures. It took responsibility for their contacts with China’s local and central authorities, mediated in registration procedures, identified and screened potential local partners or supply sources and took care of all formal applications needed for their operations in the PRC. In early 2002 it was appointed consultant to the Shenyang Aircraft Corporation SAC, now part of AVIC. Since 2009, when ADAB’s Coordination Centre moved to Ningbo, near Shanghai, the Board has extended its scope of activities to include education, urbanisation, hospitality, civil aviation and healthcare. It became a strategic partner of the official Dutch life sciences and healthcare platform “Task Force Health Care” in which the Government of The Netherlands is closely involved. Various new hospitals, nursing schools and facilities for geriatric care in China are part of the projects the ADAB is advising on or for which it facilitates funding. In civil aviation, the ADAB, together with ASEA, initiated the establishment of flight training academies for airline pilots in China, Indonesia and the ROK. To date, the Board’s core task remains the development of commercial, economic and social initiatives in the economies of Asia, particularly in the PRC. .
private:asiandevelopmentassistanceboard-2 1361174 Feb 16th, 2018 12:00AM Asian Development Assistance Board, ADAB. 102 3.00 Open International Trade and Development Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM The Asian Development Assistance Board, ADAB, was established in 1995 as a Foundation in Singapore. In 1998, after an internal re-organisation, it was registered in The Netherlands and in the USA as an advisory body for development projects in Asia by the World Bank Group in Washington DC, followed later by that for the Asian Development Bank in Manila. In 2001, its China Operations Centre moved from Singapore to Shenyang, in the industrial heartland of the country’s northeast. Over the ensuing years ADAB’s work became for a larger part focused on assisting numerous foreign manufacturing and technology entities looking to establish a permanent presence in China and in the Region, either as wholly foreign-owned or as joint ventures. It took responsibility for their contacts with China’s local and central authorities, mediated in registration procedures, identified and screened potential local partners or supply sources and took care of all formal applications needed for their operations in the PRC. In early 2002 it was appointed consultant to the Shenyang Aircraft Corporation SAC, now part of AVIC. Since 2009, when ADAB’s Coordination Centre moved to Ningbo, near Shanghai, the Board has extended its scope of activities to include education, urbanisation, hospitality, civil aviation and healthcare. It became a strategic partner of the official Dutch life sciences and healthcare platform “Task Force Health Care” in which the Government of The Netherlands is closely involved. Various new hospitals, nursing schools and facilities for geriatric care in China are part of the projects the ADAB is advising on or for which it facilitates funding. In civil aviation, the ADAB, together with ASEA, initiated the establishment of flight training academies for airline pilots in China, Indonesia and the ROK. To date, the Board’s core task remains the development of commercial, economic and social initiatives in the economies of Asia, particularly in the PRC. .
private:asiandevelopmentassistanceboard-2 1361174 Feb 15th, 2018 12:00AM Asian Development Assistance Board, ADAB. 102 3.00 Open International Trade and Development Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM The Asian Development Assistance Board, ADAB, was established in 1995 as a Foundation in Singapore. In 1998, after an internal re-organisation, it was registered in The Netherlands and in the USA as an advisory body for development projects in Asia by the World Bank Group in Washington DC, followed later by that for the Asian Development Bank in Manila. In 2001, its China Operations Centre moved from Singapore to Shenyang, in the industrial heartland of the country’s northeast. Over the ensuing years ADAB’s work became for a larger part focused on assisting numerous foreign manufacturing and technology entities looking to establish a permanent presence in China and in the Region, either as wholly foreign-owned or as joint ventures. It took responsibility for their contacts with China’s local and central authorities, mediated in registration procedures, identified and screened potential local partners or supply sources and took care of all formal applications needed for their operations in the PRC. In early 2002 it was appointed consultant to the Shenyang Aircraft Corporation SAC, now part of AVIC. Since 2009, when ADAB’s Coordination Centre moved to Ningbo, near Shanghai, the Board has extended its scope of activities to include education, urbanisation, hospitality, civil aviation and healthcare. It became a strategic partner of the official Dutch life sciences and healthcare platform “Task Force Health Care” in which the Government of The Netherlands is closely involved. Various new hospitals, nursing schools and facilities for geriatric care in China are part of the projects the ADAB is advising on or for which it facilitates funding. In civil aviation, the ADAB, together with ASEA, initiated the establishment of flight training academies for airline pilots in China, Indonesia and the ROK. To date, the Board’s core task remains the development of commercial, economic and social initiatives in the economies of Asia, particularly in the PRC. .
private:asiandevelopmentassistanceboard-2 1361174 Feb 14th, 2018 12:00AM Asian Development Assistance Board, ADAB. 102 3.00 Open International Trade and Development Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM The Asian Development Assistance Board, ADAB, was established in 1995 as a Foundation in Singapore. In 1998, after an internal re-organisation, it was registered in The Netherlands and in the USA as an advisory body for development projects in Asia by the World Bank Group in Washington DC, followed later by that for the Asian Development Bank in Manila. In 2001, its China Operations Centre moved from Singapore to Shenyang, in the industrial heartland of the country’s northeast. Over the ensuing years ADAB’s work became for a larger part focused on assisting numerous foreign manufacturing and technology entities looking to establish a permanent presence in China and in the Region, either as wholly foreign-owned or as joint ventures. It took responsibility for their contacts with China’s local and central authorities, mediated in registration procedures, identified and screened potential local partners or supply sources and took care of all formal applications needed for their operations in the PRC. In early 2002 it was appointed consultant to the Shenyang Aircraft Corporation SAC, now part of AVIC. Since 2009, when ADAB’s Coordination Centre moved to Ningbo, near Shanghai, the Board has extended its scope of activities to include education, urbanisation, hospitality, civil aviation and healthcare. It became a strategic partner of the official Dutch life sciences and healthcare platform “Task Force Health Care” in which the Government of The Netherlands is closely involved. Various new hospitals, nursing schools and facilities for geriatric care in China are part of the projects the ADAB is advising on or for which it facilitates funding. In civil aviation, the ADAB, together with ASEA, initiated the establishment of flight training academies for airline pilots in China, Indonesia and the ROK. To date, the Board’s core task remains the development of commercial, economic and social initiatives in the economies of Asia, particularly in the PRC. .
private:asiandevelopmentassistanceboard-2 1361174 Feb 13th, 2018 12:00AM Asian Development Assistance Board, ADAB. 102 3.00 Open International Trade and Development Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM The Asian Development Assistance Board, ADAB, was established in 1995 as a Foundation in Singapore. In 1998, after an internal re-organisation, it was registered in The Netherlands and in the USA as an advisory body for development projects in Asia by the World Bank Group in Washington DC, followed later by that for the Asian Development Bank in Manila. In 2001, its China Operations Centre moved from Singapore to Shenyang, in the industrial heartland of the country’s northeast. Over the ensuing years ADAB’s work became for a larger part focused on assisting numerous foreign manufacturing and technology entities looking to establish a permanent presence in China and in the Region, either as wholly foreign-owned or as joint ventures. It took responsibility for their contacts with China’s local and central authorities, mediated in registration procedures, identified and screened potential local partners or supply sources and took care of all formal applications needed for their operations in the PRC. In early 2002 it was appointed consultant to the Shenyang Aircraft Corporation SAC, now part of AVIC. Since 2009, when ADAB’s Coordination Centre moved to Ningbo, near Shanghai, the Board has extended its scope of activities to include education, urbanisation, hospitality, civil aviation and healthcare. It became a strategic partner of the official Dutch life sciences and healthcare platform “Task Force Health Care” in which the Government of The Netherlands is closely involved. Various new hospitals, nursing schools and facilities for geriatric care in China are part of the projects the ADAB is advising on or for which it facilitates funding. In civil aviation, the ADAB, together with ASEA, initiated the establishment of flight training academies for airline pilots in China, Indonesia and the ROK. To date, the Board’s core task remains the development of commercial, economic and social initiatives in the economies of Asia, particularly in the PRC. .
private:asiandevelopmentassistanceboard-2 1361174 Feb 12th, 2018 12:00AM Asian Development Assistance Board, ADAB. 102 3.00 Open International Trade and Development Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM The Asian Development Assistance Board, ADAB, was established in 1995 as a Foundation in Singapore. In 1998, after an internal re-organisation, it was registered in The Netherlands and in the USA as an advisory body for development projects in Asia by the World Bank Group in Washington DC, followed later by that for the Asian Development Bank in Manila. In 2001, its China Operations Centre moved from Singapore to Shenyang, in the industrial heartland of the country’s northeast. Over the ensuing years ADAB’s work became for a larger part focused on assisting numerous foreign manufacturing and technology entities looking to establish a permanent presence in China and in the Region, either as wholly foreign-owned or as joint ventures. It took responsibility for their contacts with China’s local and central authorities, mediated in registration procedures, identified and screened potential local partners or supply sources and took care of all formal applications needed for their operations in the PRC. In early 2002 it was appointed consultant to the Shenyang Aircraft Corporation SAC, now part of AVIC. Since 2009, when ADAB’s Coordination Centre moved to Ningbo, near Shanghai, the Board has extended its scope of activities to include education, urbanisation, hospitality, civil aviation and healthcare. It became a strategic partner of the official Dutch life sciences and healthcare platform “Task Force Health Care” in which the Government of The Netherlands is closely involved. Various new hospitals, nursing schools and facilities for geriatric care in China are part of the projects the ADAB is advising on or for which it facilitates funding. In civil aviation, the ADAB, together with ASEA, initiated the establishment of flight training academies for airline pilots in China, Indonesia and the ROK. To date, the Board’s core task remains the development of commercial, economic and social initiatives in the economies of Asia, particularly in the PRC. .
private:asiandevelopmentassistanceboard-2 1361174 Feb 11th, 2018 12:00AM Asian Development Assistance Board, ADAB. 102 3.00 Open International Trade and Development Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM The Asian Development Assistance Board, ADAB, was established in 1995 as a Foundation in Singapore. In 1998, after an internal re-organisation, it was registered in The Netherlands and in the USA as an advisory body for development projects in Asia by the World Bank Group in Washington DC, followed later by that for the Asian Development Bank in Manila. In 2001, its China Operations Centre moved from Singapore to Shenyang, in the industrial heartland of the country’s northeast. Over the ensuing years ADAB’s work became for a larger part focused on assisting numerous foreign manufacturing and technology entities looking to establish a permanent presence in China and in the Region, either as wholly foreign-owned or as joint ventures. It took responsibility for their contacts with China’s local and central authorities, mediated in registration procedures, identified and screened potential local partners or supply sources and took care of all formal applications needed for their operations in the PRC. In early 2002 it was appointed consultant to the Shenyang Aircraft Corporation SAC, now part of AVIC. Since 2009, when ADAB’s Coordination Centre moved to Ningbo, near Shanghai, the Board has extended its scope of activities to include education, urbanisation, hospitality, civil aviation and healthcare. It became a strategic partner of the official Dutch life sciences and healthcare platform “Task Force Health Care” in which the Government of The Netherlands is closely involved. Various new hospitals, nursing schools and facilities for geriatric care in China are part of the projects the ADAB is advising on or for which it facilitates funding. In civil aviation, the ADAB, together with ASEA, initiated the establishment of flight training academies for airline pilots in China, Indonesia and the ROK. To date, the Board’s core task remains the development of commercial, economic and social initiatives in the economies of Asia, particularly in the PRC. .
private:asiandevelopmentassistanceboard-2 1361174 Feb 10th, 2018 12:00AM Asian Development Assistance Board, ADAB. 102 3.00 Open International Trade and Development Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM The Asian Development Assistance Board, ADAB, was established in 1995 as a Foundation in Singapore. In 1998, after an internal re-organisation, it was registered in The Netherlands and in the USA as an advisory body for development projects in Asia by the World Bank Group in Washington DC, followed later by that for the Asian Development Bank in Manila. In 2001, its China Operations Centre moved from Singapore to Shenyang, in the industrial heartland of the country’s northeast. Over the ensuing years ADAB’s work became for a larger part focused on assisting numerous foreign manufacturing and technology entities looking to establish a permanent presence in China and in the Region, either as wholly foreign-owned or as joint ventures. It took responsibility for their contacts with China’s local and central authorities, mediated in registration procedures, identified and screened potential local partners or supply sources and took care of all formal applications needed for their operations in the PRC. In early 2002 it was appointed consultant to the Shenyang Aircraft Corporation SAC, now part of AVIC. Since 2009, when ADAB’s Coordination Centre moved to Ningbo, near Shanghai, the Board has extended its scope of activities to include education, urbanisation, hospitality, civil aviation and healthcare. It became a strategic partner of the official Dutch life sciences and healthcare platform “Task Force Health Care” in which the Government of The Netherlands is closely involved. Various new hospitals, nursing schools and facilities for geriatric care in China are part of the projects the ADAB is advising on or for which it facilitates funding. In civil aviation, the ADAB, together with ASEA, initiated the establishment of flight training academies for airline pilots in China, Indonesia and the ROK. To date, the Board’s core task remains the development of commercial, economic and social initiatives in the economies of Asia, particularly in the PRC. .

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