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|26 Nov 2010||
The regional cooperation strategy and program (RCSP) for South Asia 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 South Asia’s participation in wider Asian integration. While the overall goals and objectives of the RCSP remain relevant, a new regional cooperation...
|5 Apr 2010||
The completion report for the South Asia Regional Cooperation Strategy and Program (RCSP) for 2006-2008 reflects the achievements in cooperation programs envisaged under the RCSP, and focuses on regional projects, including national projects with regional implications as contained in regional cooperation business plans (RCOBP) for South Asia (2009-2010 and 2010-2012), country strategy and...
|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...
|31 Aug 2010||
ADB $100 Million Loan to Help Spur South Asia Energy Trade ADB is extending a $100 million equivalent loan for a cross-border electricity initiative between India and Bangladesh that will provide impetus for increased power trading in South Asia....
|12 Aug 2010||
South Asia, Neighbors to Hold 2nd High Level Forum on Regional Cooperation Leading government officials from South Asia and neighboring countries are meeting in Manila this week for a second round of high level talks on regional cooperation which will take stock of progress on work...
|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....
|15 Apr 2010||
ADB Raises Assistance for Developing Asia to Improve Clean Energy Access ADB has boosted its technical assistance to scale up projects that provide the region's poor with better access to modern and reliable sources of clean energy. MANILA,...
|1 Nov 2010||
ADB's South Asia region is comprised of Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, and Sri Lanka, extending from the highlands of the Himalayas to the atolls of the Indian Ocean. It is also home to more than 600 million of the world's absolute poor, who will be most vulnerable to the negative impacts of climate change. As critical sectors such as water, energy, and agriculture...
|3 Mar 2010||
Easing Trade, Investment Barriers Can Unlock South Asia's Vast Potential - Report Reducing visa restrictions and non-tariff barriers, and improving customs procedures, are among a host of steps South Asian countries can take to boost private sector-led growth, unlocking the...
|4 Feb 2010||
ADB, UK Study to Help South Asia Address Climate Change Challenges ADB and Government of United Kingdom are financing a study to help South Asia analyze the costs and benefits of climate change adaptation actions. MANILA, PHILIPPINES - The Asian...