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|30 Apr 2014||
South Asia Working Papers This paper estimates the opportunity cost of underpricing or subsidizing gas in Bangladesh. The paper examines the impact of optimal gas pricing policy—aligning the price with international market price—together with better gas...
|27 Nov 2013||
Economics Working Papers This study uses a computable general equilibrium model to evaluate major energy policy issues facing Bangladesh. Bangladesh today faces a different future than it did decades ago when relatively abundant natural gas seemed to be...
|9 Apr 2013||
亚洲未来繁荣需仰仗能源利用的重大转变 中国香港（2013年4月9日迅）—亚洲开发银行（亚行）最新报告称，亚洲正沿着一条危险而不可持续的能源路径前进，如果这条路径得不到重大改变，将导致环境灾难以及穷国和富国在获取能源方面的巨大差距。 Video : Developing Asia - World's Largest Energy Consumer in Two Decades 中国香港（2013年4月9日迅）—亚洲开发银行（亚行）最新报告称，...
|8 Apr 2013||
Asia's Future Prosperity Requires Major Change in Energy Use Asia is moving along a dangerously unsustainable energy path that will result in environmental disaster and a gaping divide in energy access between rich and poor unless the region dramatically changes course, says a...
|9 Apr 2013||
Asian Development Outlook ADB's Asian Development Outlook (ADO) 2013 estimates that regional economic growth in the Asia Pacific region will pick up to 6.6% in 2013 and reach 6.7% in 2014. This is a distinct improvement on 2012, when growth stood at just over 6%. Consumer...
|30 Sep 2012||
The Bangladesh country operations business plan (COBP), 2013–2015 updates the COBP, 2012–2014 and is the second COBP under the country partnership strategy (CPS), 2011–2015. The proposed country operations for 2013–2015 are consistent with the operational priorities of the CPS, which is aligned with the strategies and sector and thematic priorities of Bangladesh's Sixth Five-Year Plan,...
|23 Oct 2013||
44192 44192-013 44192-014 2661 3031 Amended and...
|9 Apr 2013||
The Asia and Pacific region needs an ample supply of clean, affordable energy to continue its rapid growth in the coming decades. To achieve energy security, developing Asia must actively contain its rising demand, aggressively explore new supply sources and technology, and progressively integrate regional energy markets and infrastructure...
|5 Apr 2013||
Developing Asia’s rising economic might and energy consumption will have far-reaching consequences for global energy markets and the environment. asia developments outlooks...
|11 Nov 2010||
$120M Loan to Improve Urban Planning, Services, in Bangladesh Bangladesh, supported by a $120 million equivalent ADB loan, is planning an overhaul of urban planning and infrastructure in two of its biggest city regions where services have struggled to keep up with booming...