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|1 Apr 1999||
Asian Development Outlook What implications does the Asian financial crisis have for outward-oriented economic policies? Should countries still strive toward greater openness? What policies will economic recovery entail? Is a new international financial architecture needed? Answers to these and other timely issues can...
|7 May 1974||
The 1974 Annual Report of the Board of Directors to the Board of Governors reviews ADB's operations, projects, internal administration, financial management, and funding. The report also contains chapters on regional highlights and economic developments. The report includes the complete financial statements, a statistical annex, and appendixes...
|7 May 1970||
The 1973 Annual Report of the Board of Directors to the Board of Governors reviews ADB's operations, projects, internal administration, financial management, and funding. The report also contains chapters on regional highlights and economic developments. The report includes the complete financial statements, a statistical annex, and appendixes...
|1 Apr 1998||
Asian Development Outlook This issue of the Asian Development Outlook is the tenth in a series of annual economic reports on the developing member countries (DMCs) of the Asian Development Bank. In the context of developments in the world economy that have included some difficult challenges, this Outlook analyzes the DMCs...
|7 Dec 1997||
This paper is an environmental impact assessment for countries in Asia. The purpose of this EIA processes is to provide information to decision makers and the public about the environmental implications of proposed actions before decisions are made. Environment...
|21 Sep 2012||
Can extreme poverty be eliminated in the next 20 years? Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono may well be pondering this question as he and other heads of state gather in New York for the 67th session of the United Nations General Assembly. Can extreme poverty be eliminated in the next 20 years? Indonesian President...
|1 Apr 1997||
Asian Development Outlook This issue of the Asian Development Outlook is the eighth in a series of yearly economic reports on the developing member countries (DMCs) of the Asian Development Bank. Against a background of stable, yet increasingly fragile economic developments in the world economy, the Out look analyzes recent...
|1 Nov 1993||
EDRC Occasional Papers This study covers Bangladesh and Nepal, two low-income DMCs with heavy dependence on the rural economy but inadequate development of a financial system for the rural sector. The two country studies highlight problems endemic to many low-income DMCs and also identify a number of difficulties that seem...
|19 Sep 2012||
After a remarkable run, Asian countries are finding it increasingly difficult to sustain past rates of economic growth. In the aftermath of the 2008-2009 global financial crisis, governments across the region have plenty to worry about: slowing growth in [People's Republic of] China and India, a debt crisis in the eurozone and tepid recovery in...
|12 Sep 2012||
12 October 2012 Online, 1400-1600 Manila time/0600-0800 GMT The live online discussion is now closed. A transcript is available here . Share your views and join the global discussion. What factors are driving the rapid expansion...