According to ADB website, based on successful implementation of the past and ongoing ADB Financial Sector Programs (FSP I, II, and III), with effective and flexible ways of converting complex policy objectives into implementable policy actions, the government requested continuing ADB support to the finance sector through a policy-based loan. The proposed programmatic approach for a total of $30 million equivalent from the Asian Development Fund (ADF), which will comprise two subprograms, is included in the country operations business plan (COBP), 2013 2015. It will be designed within the framework of the Financial Sector Development Strategy (FSDS), 2011 2020 updated under the FSP III.
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