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|1 Oct 2013||
亚洲必须加强治理改革，实现可持续增长和发展 中国香港（2013年10月2日讯）——亚洲开发银行（亚行）最新报告指出，亚太各国需加强治理，以契合区域内经济快速发展，实现大众平等共享发展利益，巩固发展成果。 View infographic in higher resolution. 中国香港（2013年10月2日讯）——亚洲开发银行（亚行）最新报告指出，亚太各国需加强治理，以契合区域内经济快速发展，实现大众平等共享发展利益，巩固发展成果。...
|30 Sep 2013||
Asia Must Step Up Governance Reforms to Sustain Growth and Development Asia and the Pacific's economic gains must be matched by stepped-up efforts on governance so that growth benefits can be more evenly shared and development progress locked in, says a new ADB report...
|2 Oct 2013||
Asian Development Outlook View infographic in higher resolution. 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 2 years. This Update shows whether these forecasts were met,...
|29 Nov 2012||
ADB to Help South Asia Clear Path for Intraregional Trade Expansion ADB is providing $48 million to help goods move more smoothly in and out of Bangladesh, Bhutan, and Nepal, by overhauling time-consuming, costly, and often opaque customs procedures that are inhibiting intraregional...
|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...
|2 May 2012||
ADB Secures More Than $12 Billion to Help Asia's Poorest The funds will help improve the lives of millions of Asia's poorest through inclusive, sustainable growth. MANILA, PHILIPPINES – The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has secured...
|27 Mar 2013||
Three women share how their lives have been changed as beneficiaries of and contributors to the success of development projects aimed at the most vulnerable in society. Three women share how their lives have been changed as beneficiaries of and contributors to the success of development projects aimed at the most...
|23 Sep 2010||
ADB, UNICEF Join Forces for Children with Major Agreement ADB and the United Nations Children's Fund today signed a major agreement, joining forces across Asia and the Pacific region to fight disparities, reduce poverty, and ensure that equitable and sustainable development...
|1 Feb 2010||
South Asia Working Papers In South Asia, India and Sri Lanka were affected most by the global economic crisis. They initially responded to the supply shock by a combination of fiscal and monetary policies to mitigate the impact and support economic growth. Bangladesh and Sri Lanka took narrower targeted fiscal stimulus...
|15 Oct 2007||
Four South Asian Countries Agree to ICT Connectivity Senior officials from Bangladesh, Bhutan, India and Nepal have agreed to collaborate on a subregional information communication technology project to improve connectivity among the four countries....