Calendar of Events

October 2014

Date Title and Venue Organizer
1 Oct - 3 Oct 4th Asia-Pacific Climate Change Adaptation Forum
Putra World Trade Center, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
2 Oct - 3 Oct Digital Strategies for Development Summit
Asian Institute of Management, Manila, Philippines
Babina, Olga
Conference Director
Tel. No: +63 2 403 8668 ext. 539
6 Oct - 8 Oct Modernizing Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures to Expand Trade and Ensure Food Safety: Sharing the Baltic Experience
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Rillo, Aladdin D.
7 Oct Innovation and Technological Learning in ASEAN's Manufacturing Sector
ADBI, Tokyo, Japan
Helble, Matthias
7 Oct - 9 Oct Second Regional Workshop on Strengthening Country Safeguard Systems - Towards Common Approaches for Better Results
Auditoriums B to D, ADB Headquarters, Manila, Philippines
Sabur, Rokeya
Principal Safeguards Specialist
Tel: +632 632 4729
Fax: +632 636 2444
Janeo, Macel
Regional Workshop Coordinator
Tel: +63 2 632 4444 ext. 70276
Fax: +63 2 636 2444
8 Oct Seminar by Sang Chul Park: Comparing European and Asian Integration
ADBI, Tokyo, Japan
Helble, Matthias
14 Oct ADBI-Bank of Finland Seminar on Recent Economic Developments in the Euro Area and the Russian Federation
ADBI, Tokyo, Japan
Vandenberg, Paul
15 Oct - 17 Oct ADB HR Outreach Mission, Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo, Japan
15 Oct - 16 Oct Policy Dialogue: Financing SMEs - Sharing Ideas for Effective Policies
Jakarta, Indonesia
Vandenberg, Paul
19 Oct - 22 Oct The Asian Enforcers Roundtable and The 10th East Asia Top Level Officials' Meeting on Competition Policy
Tokyo International Forum
Omoto, Koichiro
22 Oct Live Online Chat: A New Development Path for the Rural Poor
Online, 14:00 Manila time / 18:00 GMT
24 Oct Cooperation Fund for Fighting HIV/AIDS in Asia and the Pacific Regional Conference
Bangkok, Thailand
Roth, Susann
Cadiz-Andrion, Luisa
24 Oct Seminar by Don Drummond: The Impact of the Rise of Emerging Economies on Developed Countries: Good, Bad or Indifferent?
ADBI, Tokyo, Japan
Wignaraja, Ganeshan
Director for Research, ADBI