European Representative Office
In the Spotlight
Yields on bonds in emerging East Asian markets have declined in recent months as concerns about a US Federal Reserve rate hike eased and inflationary pressures remained largely muted, ADB’s latest Asia Bond Monitor said.
President Takehiko Nakao wrapped up a visit to Frankfurt and Berlin, where he discussed with senior officials deepening ADB's partnership with Germany and thanked the country for hosting ADB's 49th Annual Meeting in May 2016.
Improving the quality of education can substantially increase growth prospects for developing Asian countries, says latest ADB flagship report.
Looking beyond this year's Annual Meeting, Germany will host ADB's next annual gathering in the city of Frankfurt in May 2016. The Official dates of the Annual Meeting are 2 to 5 May, with events also taking place from 1 to 5 May.
The European Representative Office (ERO) was established in 1996 to enhance public awareness of and support for ADB in 17 European member countries. ERO engages with a wide range of stakeholders, in particular with key decision makers and opinion leaders in governments, development agencies, international institutions, the private sector and civil society. It also works with the media to reach out to wider audience groups, including the general public.
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