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Latest News Releases
2 Dec 2013
Fiscal pressures are expected to increase in the Pacific in 2014, according to the latest issue of ADB's Pacific Economic Monitor, launched today at the offices of the New Zealand Aid Programme.
26 Nov 2013
The Japan International Cooperation Agency will join ADB, Australia and New Zealand governments, World Bank Group, European Commission, and European Investment Bank in supporting the Pacific Region Infrastructure Facility, which aims to improve infrastructure and services in the Pacific region.
26 Nov 2013
The economic loss suffered by the Pacific region could range from 2.9% to as high as 12.7% of annual GDP by 2100, according to a new study from ADB.
26 Nov 2013
Agriculture, fisheries and other sectors of the economy will take a severe hit in the face of more extreme temperatures and other climate change-linked events, triggering economic losses of up to 4.7% of annual GDP in Solomon Islands by 2100, says a new ADB study.
19 Nov 2013
As the take-up of mobile phones in the Pacific drives a revolution in financial inclusion, experts in banking, financial services, mobile networks and new technologies have gathered in Sydney today for the first-ever Pacific Branchless Banking Seminar.
24 Oct 2013
The Director General of ADB's Pacific Department, Xianbin Yao, along with ADB’s Regional Director, Andrea Iffland, will visit Honiara to meet with Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo and other senior government officials for discussions on ADB’s support to Solomon Islands.
23 Oct 2013
Climate Change Adaptation Subproject Marks Completion of Solomon Islands Second Road Improvement Project
The completion of the North Malaita phase of the Solomon Islands Second Road Improvement Project marks the end of the final phase of the project that has reconnected local communities to clinics, markets and schools across six provinces in Solomon Islands.
16 Oct 2013
Consultations begin today in Solomon Islands as part of the review of the Registration of Business Names Bill. The joint review by the Solomon Islands Government and ADB aims to modernize and improve the business name registration procedure in Solomon Islands.
14 Oct 2013
The Pacific region’s primary energy demand is projected to more than double from 3.6 million tons of oil equivalent in 2010 to 8.8 tons of oil equivalent in 2035 at an annual rate of 3.7%, ADB says in its latest Energy Outlook for Asia and the Pacific, which notes that while these high energy demands present significant challenges, energy efficiency and renewable energy options hold great promise.
14 Oct 2013
Cross-border power exchanges can play a central role in helping Asia and the Pacific meet its booming demand for power, which is set to sharply outpace the rest of the world’s over the next two decades, says a comprehensive new report from ADB.