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ADBAsian Development Bank
ADBAustralian Dictionary of Biography (Australian National University)
ADBAfrican Development Bank
ADBApple Desktop Bus
ADBAllgemeine Deutsche Biographie
ADBAndroid Debug Bridge (client-server program)
ADBAdvanced Digital Broadcast
ADBAll Day Breakfast (various locations)
ADBAnti-Discrimination Board (Australia)
ADBA Debugger
ADBAccelerated Death Benefit (life insurance)
ADBAverage Daily Balance
ADBAdvanced Data Base
ADBAppleworks Data Base
ADBAuxiliary Data Base
ADBAutomatic Differential Brake
ADBApplication Debugging
ADBAgricultural Development Bank (Trinidad and Tobago)
ADBAccidental Death Benefit (insurance)
ADBAxis Data Binding
ADBAssessment Database
ADBAutomatic Differential Brake (automotive)
ADBAbsolute Debugger
ADBActive Database
ADBAngling Development Board (UK)
ADBApplications Database
ADBArchitectural Design Board (various locations)
ADBActivity Database
ADBAustralasian Dirt Bike (magazine)
ADBAir Dried Basis (coal analysis)
ADBAir Disc Brake
ADBAnalisi Dati Borsa (Italian)
ADBAdministrative Data Base (NIH)
ADBAdjusted Debit Balance
ADBAmarillo Design Bureau, Inc (Amarillo, Texas)
ADBAssociation of Dutch Businessmen
ADBIzmir, Turkey - Adnam Menderes (Airport Code)
ADBAnalytical Database
ADBAmerican Databank (Denver, Colorado)
ADBAdrien de Backer (TV studio lighting)
ADBAustralian Dancing Board
ADBAircraft Discrepancy Book (US DoD)
ADBAutour du Bureau (French: Around the Office; office supply company)
ADBAirport Database
ADBAllowable Disconnect Boundary (bus arbitration and signalling)
ADBAssociate of the Drama Board
ADBAlternate Wire Database
ADBArbovirus Diseases Branch (CDC)
ADBAcquisition Database
ADBA Different Bullet (blog)
ADBApplications Development Branch (NASA GSFC)
ADBAuthorizations Database
ADBAllocation Database
ADBAssign Data Base
ADBAppware Distributed Bus Architecture
ADBAmorous Disinhibited Behavior (psychology)
ADBArmy Digitized Battlefield
ADBActive Distribution Bridge (Pirelli)
ADBArbeitskreis Deutscher Bildungsstätten eV
ADBArea Denial to Boats
ADBAnthem Dental Vision (Colorado Springs, CO)
ADBAmicale de Dion Bouton (French car club)
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YOKOHAMA, Japan -- Japan and the African Development Bank (AfDB.org) on Friday announced a joint target of $3.5 billion under the Enhanced Private Sector Assistance for Africa initiative (EPSA4), during the 7th Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD 7).
The African Development Bank has supported Eswatini, formerly known as Swaziland, in its efforts to boost growth and job creation.
We work with the African Development Bank at the highest levels to ensure that investors face no constraints in doing business,' Osinbajo said.
Tunisia, a founding member of the African Development Bank in 1964, is one of the main recipient countries of the institution's financing, with a cumulative commitment of nearly 9 billion US dollars (nearly 25.8 billion dinars).
CAIRO - 18 March 2018: Egypt's Cabinet approved Sunday a $1.5 African Development Bank (AfDB) loan to construct the sewage station's project in Abu Rawash with a capacity of 1.2 million cubic meters per day, Minister of Housing Mustafa Madboli said.
The meeting has discussed horizons of future cooperation between Sudan and the Bank through the opportunities of funding and financial aid provided the African Development Bank in the economic fields.
Tshabalala said, 'I am excited to join the African Development Bank Group and be part of the talented senior management team that president Adesina has been attracting to the Bank.
The African Development Bank, together with partners Rockefeller Foundation, Microsoft, and Facebook, has launched the Coding for Employment programme at the African Innovation Summit in Kigali, Rwanda.
The signing of the present MoU is key to our Strategy's implementation,' says African Development Bank president Akinwumi Adesina.
African countries having natural resources are considered to be the richest, said the African Development Bank (AfDB) in its report that ranks African countries in terms of GDP.
For the first time in the publication's 15-year history, the 2018 edition of the report was launched early in the year - on January 17, 2018 - at the Bank's headquarters by the President of the African Development Bank, Akinwumi Adesina.
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