North American 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.
Improving the quality of education can substantially increase growth prospects for developing Asian countries, says latest ADB flagship report.
Softer growth prospects for the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and India, and a slow recovery in the major industrial economies, will combine to push growth in developing Asia for 2015 and 2016 below previous projections, says a new ADB report.
Regional economic integration and the financial crisis in Europe are very different from what is taking place in Asia, says ADB expert.
The North American Representative Office (NARO) was established in 1995 in Washington, DC, to enhance ADB's presence in Canada and the United States. The office acts as a liaison between ADB's Manila Headquarters and American policymakers and major stakeholders. It serves to strengthen collaboration with other multilateral institutions based in North America, and conducts public and media outreach.
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