June 2016, Vol. 243, No. 6

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ADB Hopes TAPI Gas Line is Completed in Next Five Years The Asian Development Bank (ADB) said last month that despite security concerns, they hope the long-awaited $10 billion TAPI (Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan and India) natural gas pipeline will be completed in the next five years. “All four member countries have established a project company by contributing initial money of $200 million, which will pave the way for construction of 800-km pipeline,” said ADB’s Director General for Central and West Asia Department Sean M. O’Sullivan. In another bid to connect the energy-rich country with energy-deficient countries in the region, the ADB is working on a transmission line from Turkmen

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