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|26 Sep 2010||
The regional cooperation strategy and program (RCSP) for the Pacific and the annual regional cooperation operations business plan (RCOBP) aim to help the region realize its full economic and social development potential, and to facilitate Pacific's participation in wider Asian integration. No (regional...
|1 May 2010||
This is the third annual progress report of the Pacific Private Sector Development Initiative (PSDI), a regional technical assistance project by the Asian Development Bank, cofinanced by the Australian Agency for International Development. It covers PSDI activities from 1 January 2009 to 31 December 2009. The report describes PSDI, its objectives, approach, and management structure, and gives...
|1 Apr 2010||
The 2009 Annual Report of the Board of Directors to the Board of Governors reviews ADB's operations, projects, internal administration, financial management and includes a separate report on the activities of the Special Funds of ADB. The report also contains chapters on regional, sectoral and thematic highlights. The report includes the complete financial statements and opinions of the...
|22 Dec 2010||
ADB, Partners To Help Manage Pacific's Marine Resources Against Climate Change 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...
|21 Dec 2010||
ADB to Improve Land, Sea, and Air Infrastructure in Solomon Islands ADB will help Solomon Islands upgrade its land, sea, and air transport infrastructure to support economic activities and social service delivery. MANILA, PHILIPPINES - The Asian...
|15 Dec 2010||
Pacific Fiscal Concerns Remain Amid Global Recovery: ADB 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...
|8 Nov 2012||
Strengthening Coastal and Marine Resources Management in the Coral Triangle of the Pacific (Phase 1): Final Consultant Report
42073 42073-012 6471 This final consultant report is prepared by Uniquest Pty Ltd. in association with The University of Queensland’s...
|6 Dec 2010||
Pacific Economic Monitor The Pacific Economic Monitor provides an update of developments and policy issues in the Pacific economies. This issue features economic highlights of Pacific island economies, a focus on economic coordination in Solomon Islands, strengthening budget management, expansion of a country's economic...
|1 Dec 2010||
Asian Development Outlook Recently released macroeconomic indicators suggest the 2010 growth outlook for developing Asia is stronger than anticipated in the Asian Development Outlook (ADO) 2010 released in April. Gross domestic product (GDP) in the region is now projected to grow 7.9%, up from the 7.5% originally forecast....
|2 Aug 2010||
Modest Growth Expected for Pacific Economies in 2011, Says ADB 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...