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11 Apr 2012
Weak global demand will weigh on developing Asia in 2012 but growth rates in most economies remain robust and should tick back up in 2013 with private consumption providing support, ADB says in a new report.
11 Apr 2012
Economic growth in the Pacific region is expected to slow to 6.0% in 2012, decelerating further to 4.1% in 2013, while inflation is expected to hold at moderate levels in much of the Pacific, according to the Asian Development Outlook 2012, released today by ADB.
13 Mar 2012
Economic growth in the Pacific region is expected to slow to 6.0% in 2012 from 7.0% in 2011, according to the latest Pacific Economic Monitor released today by ADB. The slowdown is driven by lower growth in large resource-exporting economies that dominate regional growth.
2 Feb 2012
ADB is helping provide a clearer picture of how much development aid is provided and received around the world by joining AidFlows, in partnership with the World Bank and Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development.
9 Jan 2012
ADB has opened online media registration for the 45th Annual Meeting of ADB’s Board of Governors, to be held on 2–5 May 2012 at the Philippine International Convention Center in Manila. This is the 15th ADB Annual Meeting to be held in the Philippines, where ADB is headquartered.
14 Dec 2011
The eurozone crisis is expected to have only limited impact on the Pacific because the region’s growth prospects are more closely tied to the economies of Australia and New Zealand.
13 Sep 2011
Climate change threatens to increase hunger and malnutrition among the Pacific region’s poorest people unless there is action soon, says a new report from the ADB.
18 Jul 2011
The Pacific’s resource-rich economies of Papua New Guinea and Timor-Leste will continue to expand strongly this year as commodity prices remain firm but growth in the rest of the region is set to remain subdued, says the new issue of ADB’s Pacific Economic Monitor.
9 Mar 2011
The recovery in the global economy will help the Pacific economies improve in 2011. The strongest gains are expected in the resource-rich countries that are benefiting from both major new resource projects and better world commodity prices, says ADB's Pacific Economic Monitor.
22 Dec 2010
ADB, the Global Environment Facility, and the Australian Institute of Marine Science are helping five Pacific countries manage their marine resources in the Coral Triangle.