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|6 Dec 2012||
Southeast Asia's Strength Keeps Asia Growth on Track - ADB Report The surging economies of Southeast Asia have been a bright spot in developing Asia’s otherwise subdued 2012 growth performance, but the broader region should still pick up steam in 2013, says a new ADB report...
|7 Dec 2012||
Asian Development Outlook According to this Supplement's findings, the surging economies of Southeast Asia have been a bright spot in an otherwise subdued 2012 growth performance in developing Asia, but the broader region should still pick up steam in 2013. Mixed third quarter data broadly support the forecasts in...
|27 Nov 2012||
43477-013 ADB Aims to Boost Investment, End Boom-Bust in Bangladesh Financial Markets ADB will provide $300 million to help Bangladesh smooth volatility in its financial markets, making them safer and more...
|1 Oct 2012||
Asian Development Outlook ADB's Chief Economist Changyong Rhee on the Asian Development Outlook 2012 Update The annual Asian Development Outlook, generally launched in April, presents an analysis of developing Asia’s recent economic performance plus its prospects for the next two years. This...
|27 May 2013||
44142 44142-013 2688 Major goods, works and consulting services procurement either ongoing or expected to take place in the following 18 months...
|18 Sep 2012||
2009 Purchasing Power Parity Update for Selected Economies in Asia and the Pacific: A Research Study
This publication presents the methodology leading to, and resulting in purchasing power parities (PPPs) for 2009 of participating economies in the Asia and the Pacific region, updated from 2005. Included are estimates of PPP-adjusted GDP and its major components, namely, household final consumption expenditure, actual final consumption of households, government collective final consumption...
|6 Aug 2012||
Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific The Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific 2012 (Key Indicators) , the 43rd edition of this series, includes the latest available economic, financial, social, and environmental indicators for the 48 regional members of the Asian Development Bank (ADB). This publication aims to...
|12 Jul 2012||
Asian Development Outlook Europe’s worsening financial and banking crisis and a sluggish recovery in the United States are weighing on developing Asia’s growth prospects. Economic growth in developing Asia moderated during the first half of 2012 as slower growth in the US and Euro area reduced demand for the region’s exports...
|19 Mar 2013||
43477 43477-013 This project data sheet (PDS) translated in Bangla is provided for the Second Capital Market Development Program in Bangladesh. ২০১২ সালের ২রা এপ্রিলের পরে যে সকল ঋণ, অনুদান...
|19 May 2012||
South Asia Working Papers Every year South Asian countries send out a significant number of migrant workers, resulting in remittances becoming an important source of funds for economic development. However, despite its huge potential to contribute to economic growth, South Asian countries have not yet fully maximized...