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6 Jun 2007
Senior officials from Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, and Nepal met at the Asian Development Bank headquarters in Manila on 4 to 5 June 2007 for the South Asia Subregional Economic Cooperation (SASEC) 4th Country Advisors’ Meeting (CAM) to discuss strategies and future directions for regional cooperation among SASEC participating countries.
4 Jun 2007
Senior officials from Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, and Nepal are meeting in Manila to move forward on initiatives that can enhance regional economic cooperation in South Asia through strategic infrastructure projects and constructive dialogue.
27 Mar 2007
South Asia’s economic growth is expected to moderate to 7.7% in 2007 and rise slightly to 8% in 2008. Tight monetary policy measures taken by several countries in the region in 2006 are expected to dampen consumption while investment and growth in developed countries ease, according to a major ADB report released today.
22 Feb 2007
A US$1 million grant from ADB's Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction, financed by the Government of Japan, will help improve the livelihoods of poor farmers and disadvantaged groups in the Eastern Development Region of Nepal.
21 Feb 2007
ADB will help four South Asian countries to improve their management of hazardous waste with a grant of US$400,000.
5 Jan 2007
ADB is beginning a set of field studies of select cities around Asia to help develop blueprints for sustainable urban transport systems in the region.
11 Dec 2006
ADB is backing a comprehensive program that will help restructure Nepal's primary and secondary education system.
28 Nov 2006
India's economic performance in the past two decades has been remarkable, but closer subregional integration would help the country and its neighbors to achieve their full economic potential, a senior ADB official told a press briefing today.
24 Nov 2006
An US$18 million grant from ADB's Asian Development Fund will help commercialize agriculture in Nepal's Eastern Development Region to expand economic opportunities for the rural poor.
30 Oct 2006
A loan and grant package totaling as much as $100 million will support a comprehensive reform program to improve the access of rural households in Nepal to financial services.