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3 May 2006
Collaboration between ADB and civil society organizations is needed at all levels to attain the Millennium Development Goals in Asia and the Pacific, ADB President Haruhiko Kuroda told a meeting today in Hyderabad.
3 May 2006
Asia has reached a critical moment for which the response now will shape the region’s future, ADB President Haruhiko Kuroda told media on the opening day of ADB’s Annual Meeting in Hyderabad.
3 May 2006
On-site media registration has closed for ADB's 39th Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors in Hyderabad.
2 May 2006
ADB will help strengthen the role of civil society in the fight against corruption through a technical assistance grant of US$150,000.
28 Apr 2006
The Central Asian republics would reap considerable benefits from accession to the World Trade Organization and regional cooperation in trade policy within the multilateral framework, combined with greater regional cooperation in transport and customs transit, a new ADB report says.
27 Apr 2006
At least half a billion people in developing Asia are unemployed or underemployed and finding ways to provide them productive jobs should top economic agendas around the region, according to an ADB book launched today.
25 Apr 2006
About 2,500 delegates will gather in Hyderabad, India, next week for ADB's 39th Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors.
21 Apr 2006
The five major multilateral development banks are making good progress in implementing a results-oriented management approach, according to a new joint report released today by the MDBs.
20 Apr 2006
ADB today successfully priced MYR500 million 5-year bond issue under its MYR3.8 billion Medium Term Note (MTN) Program. AmMerchant Bank Berhad is the lead arranger of the Program and sole lead manager for the bond issue. This is the first time that ADB has set up an Asian currency MTN program. ADB opened the Putra bond market in 2004 with its inaugural issuance of MYR400 million 3.94% bonds due 2009.
20 Apr 2006
Journalists from India, Thailand, Cambodia, and Fiji Islands received the top prizes at the 2006 Developing Asia Journalism Awards last night.