According to the bank document, the proposed project is responsive to Asian Development Bank’s (ADB’s) country partnership strategy for Myanmar, which includes improving access and connectivity to address critical infrastructure needs, connect rural and urban areas and markets, and link Myanmar’s businesses with its neighbors and the global marketplace.
It is also aligned with ADB’s Strategy 2030, which highlights the operational priorities in accelerating progress in gender equality and the need for private sector participation in infrastructure projects in new communication technologies and the mobilization of private sector resources for innovation and job creation.
Ooredoo Myanmar will access ADB’s assistance to expand its fourth-generation (4G) network coverage, upgrade telecommunications equipment for existing sites, expand fiber cable network, and acquire additional spectrums and licenses.
Ordinary capital resources (3776 ADB's Loan) USD 150.00 million
Ordinary capital resources (3777 ADB's Loan) USD 350.00 million
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Responsible ADB Department Private Sector Operations Department
Responsible ADB Division Infrastructure Finance Division 2
Responsible ADB Officer Hong, Won Myong
*There is no further information being disclosed at this stage of the project*
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