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14 Sep 2011
ADB has cut its 2011 and 2012 growth forecasts for developing Asia amid ongoing worries about weak external demand from its key trading partners.
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.
1 Sep 2011
Efforts by ADB and the Australian Agency for International Development to promote the private sector in the Pacific Islands have improved the environment for doing business and enhanced opportunities for women, says a new report by 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.
8 Apr 2011
Five Pacific nations, which rely heavily on imported diesel for power generation, are expected to reduce their fossil fuel consumption with the help of a technical assistance from ADB and its partners.
6 Apr 2011
The economic outlook for the Pacific region is more positive for 2011 on the back of continued global recovery, buoyed by the strength of Australia's economy and higher commodity prices. Most Pacific countries will experience slightly lower growth rates in 2012, says the ADB in a new report.
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.
15 Dec 2010
The Pacific Island economies have benefited from the gradual recovery in the world economy and the firm Australian economy, but fiscal conditions in some Pacific economies remain a concern, according to the latest edition of ADB's Pacific Economic Monitor.
2 Aug 2010
Stronger than expected economic growth in resource rich Timor-Leste has resulted in an upgrade of ADB's forecast of economic growth in the Pacific region, according to the latest edition of ADB's Pacific Economic Monitor.