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|23 Aug 2013||
アジア諸国の繁栄に製造業は不可欠 アジア開発銀行（ADB）は、本日発表した「キー・インディケーターズ(主要指標集) 2013年版」（Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific 2013）の中で、アジア各国が繁栄を目指し、中所得国の罠を回避する上で、工業化が成長の根幹をなすとの見方を示した 。 No economy has reached high income status without reaching at least 18%...
|21 Aug 2013||
亚行报告：制造业是亚洲走向繁荣的必经之路 亚洲开发银行（亚行）新发布的报告指出，亚洲国家要实现繁荣并避免步入中等收入陷阱，工业化必然是实现增长必不可少的要素。 亚行一份最新的统计研究表明，历史上没有任何经济体能在制造业产值和从业人数总体占比持续低于18%的情况下，迈入高收入国家之列。 新加坡 （ 2013年8月21日讯） －亚洲开发银行（亚行）新发布的报告指出，亚洲国家要实现繁荣并避免步入中等收入陷阱，...
|21 Aug 2013||
Asia Cannot Bypass Manufacturing on Path to Prosperity - ADB Report Industrialization must be an essential part of the growth formula if Asian countries want to prosper and avoid the middle income trap, says a new ADB report. No economy has...
|19 Aug 2013||
Launch Data Visualization Tool Launch Data Visualization Tool FIGI Visualization Tool FIGI Database FIGI Country Profiles The Framework of Inclusive Growth Indicators 2013 (FIGI 2013) is the third edition of the special supplement of the Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific. The...
|14 Aug 2013||
Economics Working Papers The paper analyzes the link between firm characteristics and labor market regulation in five Asian economies—Bangladesh, Indonesia, Pakistan, the Philippines, and Viet Nam. Labor market policies and labor standards do not only affects workers, but also influence firms’ investment and employment...
|8 May 2013||
Economics Working Papers The Growth Potential of the Service Sector In the past 10 years, the service sector has been a significant contributor to overall economic growth in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Nepal, Papua New Guinea, Uzbekistan, and Viet Nam. Sector growth has been supported by strong industrial growth in...
|11 Jan 2013||
In March 2012, the ADB held the Subregional Workshop on Gender and Urban Poverty in South Asia to share experiences and enhance lateral learning among ADB and its project partners on addressing gender and social inclusion issues in urban development projects in Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. The main themes of the workshop were inclusive urban planning...
|20 Dec 2012||
Based on a labor force survey conducted in 2010, informal employment in Bangladesh is estimated at about 89% of the total number of jobs in the labor market. It is more prevalent in the rural areas than in urban areas. Women are also more likely to be under informal employment arrangements. The informal sector accounted for more than 40% of the total gross value added of Bangladesh in...
|1 Nov 2013||
45253 45253-002 This document provides the initial poverty and social analysis conducted to identify people people who may be beneficially or adversely affected by the Third Capital Market Development Program in...
|7 Oct 2013||
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DHAKA, BANGLADESH – The Asian Development Bank (ADB) remains committed to supporting Bangladesh in achieving inclusive and sustainable growth, ADB Vice President for Administration and Corporate Management, Bruce Davis, said at a commemorative ceremony today marking 40 years of Bangladesh-ADB partnership. Bangladesh’s Finance Minister Abul Maal Abdul Muhith, Secretary for Economic...