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25 Nov 2013
Emerging East Asia's local currency bond markets continue to expand but the region remains vulnerable to shifts in global investor sentiment amid expectation of tighter US monetary policy moving forward.
24 Oct 2013
In an increasingly integrated world, regional cooperation is key to the long-term prosperity of nations. Here are 12 things to know about regional cooperation among the countries in Central Asia and between Central Asia and its neighbors.
17 Oct 2013
With rising sea levels, severe storms, and more intense drought caused by climate change, the cities of East Asia's powerhouse economies are at high risk. Climate change will cause massive swaths of land to disappear, force millions to migrate, and wreak havoc to infrastructure and agriculture.
14 Oct 2013
With Asia and the Pacific’s energy demand set to sharply outpace the rest of the world’s over the next two decades, cross-border power exchanges can play a central role in helping the region meet this growing demand.
26 Sep 2013
Emerging East Asia's local currency bond markets are still expanding but risks to the outlook are rising given the prospects of tighter US monetary policy, slower economic growth in Asia, and persistent capital outflows, according to the latest quarterly Asia Bond Monitor from ADB.
20 Sep 2013
Asia and the Pacific has made good progress towards the eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), though the region will still need to make greater efforts if it is to meet some important targets.
3 Sep 2013
ADB's financing and corporate governance training brings cleaner energy to municipalities across the People's Republic of China.
8 Aug 2013
Over the past decade, trade liberalization initiatives have blossomed across Asia and the Pacific, creating a convoluted 'noodle bowl' of overlapping free trade agreements (FTAs). Here’s a by-the-numbers look at trade liberalization and economic integration in the region.
4 Jul 2013
A central heating project in nine cities in the northeastern province of Heilongjiang, People's Republic of China (PRC), will use private sector efficiency to warm homes and improve public health.
4 Jun 2013
Emerging East Asia’s local currency bond markets expanded 12.1% year-on-year to $6.7 trillion at the end of March 2013, driven by double-digit growth in corporate bonds, according to the latest edition of ADB's Asia Bond Monitor.