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|16 Nov 2009||
South Asia Taps Tourism Potential for Inclusive and Sustainable Growth Efforts by India, Nepal and Bangladesh to take advantage of the tourism potential of their rich natural and cultural attractions, including many of the world's major Buddhist sites, are getting support from...
|11 Nov 2009||
South Asia to Reap Benefits of Easing Trade, Investment Barriers Removing barriers to trade and investment will help advance integration efforts in South Asia and deliver sweeping benefits to the region, a new ADB study shows. MANILA, PHILIPPINES -...
|21 Sep 2009||
ADB Extends $76 Million to Support SME-Led Growth in Bangladesh ADB is extending a $76 million equivalent loan to Bangladesh to expand the country's economically vital non-urban small and medium-sized enterprises sector. MANILA, PHILIPPINES – The...
|1 Nov 2009||
This study broadens and deepens intraregional cooperation and integration in trade and investment among South Asian countries. It showcases the benefits of regional integration and presents an array of policy recommendations to maximize and realize such gains. Three parallel initiatives are needed: first, reduce nontariff barriers to deepen the South Asian Free Trade Area (SAFTA); second,...
|13 May 2009||
East, South Asia Free-Trade Deal Could Generate $260 Billion in Extra Income A free-trade agreement covering East and South Asia could generate around US$260 billion in additional income and pave the way for further cooperation between the two regions, says a new book from ADB...
|1 Jul 2009||
Regional integration is gathering momentum in Asia. This study examines the diverse experience of regional integration of South and East Asian economies during the last two decades and offers lessons for latecomers. The global economic crisis is expected to merely dampen rather than halt the pace of Asian integration. Global recovery will give renewed impetus to Asian integration. East...
|31 Dec 2009||
English Share: Facebook Twitter Validations of Project Completion Reports Validates the completion report's assessment of the project aimed at creating sustainable farm and non-farm employment in rural Bangladesh. The project also aimed to...
|7 Dec 2009||
Loan Agreement for South Asia Tourism Infrastructure Development Project (Bangladesh portion) between People's Republic of Bangladesh and Asian Development Bank dated 7 December 2009
39399 39399-013 2580 <p>Loan agreement for South Asia Tourism Infrastructure Development Project (Bangladesh portion) between People's...
|17 Nov 2009||
31659 Opening remarks by Rajat M. Nag, ADB Managing Director General, at the conference on Harnessing Business Opportunities for South Asian Economic Integration, 17 November 2009, New Delhi, India I. Introduction Honorable Minister Krishna, South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) Secretary...
|11 Nov 2009||
31505 Welcome and introductory remarks by Ursula Schaefer-Preuss, ADB Vice President, at the South Asia Regional Department book launch, Manila, Philippines Dear guests, ladies and gentleman, It is a pleasure to welcome you to ADB Headquarters for the launch of four new publications that, we hope, will make a...