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16 Nov 2005
East Asia's financial integration is making progress, but remains at a low level, held back by institutional and regulatory barriers, according to a report released today by ADB.
10 Nov 2005
Regional cooperation and economic integration are the keys to unlocking developing Asia's tremendous potential for sustained growth and prosperity, ADB Vice President Liqun Jin told a forum in Delhi today.
9 Nov 2005
In the medium term, ADB could commit at least $470 million to support Asia's responses and readiness to fight avian flu, ADB announced today.
13 Oct 2005
ADB will strengthen management and effectiveness of the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) Economic Cooperation Program through a new technical assistance grant of $2.5 million.
30 Sep 2005
Asia and Pacific governments and businesses need to tackle corruption more aggressively to reduce growing social inequality and sustain economic growth.
30 Sep 2005
One third of public investment is being lost through corruption in Asia and the Pacific, an ADB Vice-President told a major conference in Beijing.
16 Sep 2005
ADB President Haruhiko Kuroda said today that the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), a series of global developments targets, could not be achieved unless they are met in the Asia and Pacific region.
8 Sep 2005
Developing Asia's healthy expansion is expected to continue, with growth projected of 6.6% in both 2005 and 2006, according to a major report released today by ADB. But the impact of higher oil prices constitutes a major source of uncertainty.
8 Sep 2005
High oil prices are taking their toll on Thailand's economy, and the full year growth forecast has been lowered by ADB to 4% or slightly higher, from 5.6% projected earlier this year.
7 Sep 2005
Institutional changes are needed to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in Asia and the Pacific that involve greater regional cooperation, learning from indigenous knowledge, and building stronger partnerships at every level, a meeting in Manila heard today.