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|11 Dec 2013||
TRIỂN VỌNG TĂNG TRƯỞNG CỦA KHU VỰC CHÂU Á ĐANG PHÁT TRIỂN ĐƯỢC CỦNG CỐ TRONG KHI CÁC NỀN KINH TẾ CÔNG NGHIỆP GIỮ VỮNG TĂNG TRƯỞNG
TRIỂN VỌNG TĂNG TRƯỞNG CỦA KHU VỰC CHÂU Á ĐANG PHÁT TRIỂN ĐƯỢC CỦNG CỐ TRONG KHI CÁC NỀN KINH TẾ CÔNG NGHIỆP GIỮ VỮNG TĂNG TRƯỞNG MA-NI-LA, PHI-LÍP-PIN (Ngày 11 tháng 12 năm 2013) – Triển vọng tăng trưởng tại Nhật Bản và Hoa Kỳ được cải thiện cùng với những kết quả đạt được tốt hơn...
|10 Dec 2013||
Developing Asia Growth Outlook Steady As Industrial Economies Firm An improving growth outlook in Japan and the United States paired with stronger-than-expected performance in the People’s Republic of China support a steady growth outlook for developing Asia, says a new ADB report...
|9 Oct 2013||
This report attempts to identify policy, social, infrastructure, and technology issues that must be addressed to meet the future energy needs of members of ADB in Asia and the Pacific. Two cases of the projected energy demand and supply up to 2035 for ADB members in Asia and the Pacific are presented: View infographic in higher resolution. a business-as-...
|14 Oct 2013||
Power Swaps Can Help Asia-Pacific Manage Daunting Future Energy Needs - Report Cross-border power exchanges can play a central role in helping Asia and the Pacific meet its booming demand for power, which is set to sharply outpace the rest of the world’s over the next two decades,...
|16 Jul 2013||
亚行报告：亚洲维持经济增势面临挑战 菲律宾马尼拉（2013年7月16日）— 亚洲开发银行（亚行）新发布的报告称，由于主要工业经济体的需求持续低迷，加上中华人民共和国（中国）经济增速放缓，亚洲发展中国家前景堪忧。 ADB has trimmed its 2013 growth forecast for 45 developing member countries to 6.3% and cut its 2014 forecast to 6.4%. 菲律宾马尼拉...
|15 Jul 2013||
Challenge for Asia to Maintain Growth Momentum - ADB Report Continued tepid demand from the major industrial economies coupled with slower growth in the People’s Republic of China are weighing on the outlook for developing Asia, says a new ADB report...
|19 Jun 2013||
Developing Asia’s rising economic might and energy consumption will have far-reaching consequences for global energy markets and the environment. This report compiles the energy statistics of the Asian and Pacific member economies of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) from 1990 to 2009. Energy data for 47 member economies in the region are presented as energy balance tables and...
|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...
|14 Jan 2014||
Professor Barry Rider from Cambridge University in the UK discusses the challenges facing developing Asia in tackling graft and financial crime. He began by stressing the importance of good governance and robust institutions in reducing corruption. corruption...