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25 Sep 2012
This feature provides a snapshot, by the numbers, of the key issues discussed in ADB's book, Pension Systems in East and Southeast Asia: Promoting Fairness and Sustainability.
19 Sep 2012
In 1992, six countries were brought together into a program of economic cooperation. 20 years later, what has the Greater Mekong Subregion achieved?
19 Sep 2012
Over the course of two decades, the GMS Program has invested about $15 billion in projects covering subregional roads, airports and railways, power facilities, tourism infrastructure, and communicable disease prevention.
14 Sep 2012
The six member countries of the Greater Mekong Subregion Program mark 20 years of economic cooperation in 2012.
30 Aug 2012
ASEAN nations can help avoid world rice price shocks by reducing export restrictions, placing less emphasis on self-sufficiency, retooling Thailand's rice pledging program, and expanding coordinated rice policies with India and Pakistan, according to a series of working papers from ADB.
30 Aug 2012
To avoid a repeat of the rice price crisis, ASEAN member countries formulated the ASEAN Integrated Food Security Framework with a Strategic Plan of Action that focuses on establishing a regional emergency rice reserve, facilitating regional rice trade, developing an ASEAN food security information system, and pursuing innovations through research and development.
9 Aug 2012
ADB and World Vision Australia are using media productions as a tool to increase awareness of the risks of sexually transmitted infections among indigenous communities in Lao People’s Democratic Republic (PDR) and Viet Nam.
29 Jun 2012
In Thailand, one of the world's largest solar farms is not only relieving the Kingdom of its reliance on imported fossil fuels but also benefiting the communities in its neighborhood through increased labor and education opportunities.
18 Jun 2012
Food security depends on trade as much as it does on production. Rice is a staple food in Asia, and around 90% of all rice is produced and consumed in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) countries. ADB’s agriculture advisor Lourdes Adriano talks about the agenda for the first ASEAN Rice Trade Forum.
7 Jun 2012
ADB education expert Jouko Sarvi talks about the economic and social implications of private tutoring in Asia and the Pacific.