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|19 Aug 2014||
Special Address by ADB Vice President Bindu Lohani at the Book Launch of "Assessing the Costs of Climate Change and Adaptation in South Asia" on 19 August 2014 in Dhaka, Bangladesh (as drafted) Introduction Honorable Minister Anwar Hossain Manju, Secretary Shafiqur Rahman Patwari, distinguished guests, colleagues, ladies and gentlemen, good morning. I am...
|18 Aug 2014||
Climate change is likely to cause huge economic, social, and environmental damage to South Asia, a region already hard-pressed to lift a third of its 1.5 billion population out of poverty. Climate change is likely to cause huge economic, social, and environmental damage to South Asia, a region already hard-pressed to...
|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...
|14 Aug 2014||
Adaptation measures such as flood defences and climate-proofed infrastructure are essential to protect South Asia from the ravages of climate change, explains Mahfuzuddin Ahmed, ADB Principal Climate Change Specialist. See related report , news release , and infographic...
|6 Jun 2013||
Eight projects that delivered exemplary and significant results in their implementation in South Asia are showcased in this publication to be a useful reference for good practices that could be replicated across the countries of the region. This publication showcases eight projects that delivered exemplary and significant...
|22 Apr 2013||
In 2012, the Board of Directors continued to oversee the implementation of Strategy 2020—ADB’s paramount (Status as of 31 December 2012) View infographic in higher resolution. strategic framework to guide all its operations to 2020—as it deliberated and took decisions to improve ADB’s responsiveness, development effectiveness, and accountability. ADB’s operations in...
|1 Jul 2014||
Sungsup Ra, Director in ADB’s South Asia Department, explains the importance of giving all children and youth a good education to help them get better jobs and ensure South Asia’s economies grow and develop. View more education videos in South Asia: Bangladesh , India , Nepal , and Sri Lanka...
|5 May 2013||
Improved South-Southeast Asia Connectivity Key to Boosting Trade, Rebalancing Economy Better connectivity between South Asia and Southeast Asia – through hardware and associated software – can unlock the full benefits of closer economic ties between the two subregions and help...
|1 Jul 2014||
South Asia needs to invest more in education and skills training to improve economic opportunities for its growing youth population. South Asia needs to invest more in education and skills training to improve economic opportunities for its growing youth population. The regional literacy rate in...