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|18 Feb 2014||
This report is a summary of the major policy issues raised at discussions at the Third Roundtable on Labor Migration. This report is a summary of the major policy issues raised at discussions among experts and practitioners from various international organizations and several Asian countries at the Third Roundtable on...
|18 Jan 2013||
The global financial crisis has led to a sweeping reevaluation of frameworks and paradigms for financial market regulation and macroeconomic policies. This book, the third in a series of ADBI and Brookings titles, aims to develop analytical frameworks and policy prescriptions for emerging markets so they can balance the goals of financial development...
|13 May 2009||
East, South Asia Free-Trade Deal Could Generate $260 Billion in Extra Income A free-trade agreement covering East and South Asia could generate around US$260 billion in additional income and pave the way for further cooperation between the two regions, says a new book from ADB...
|1 Jul 2009||
Regional integration is gathering momentum in Asia. This study examines the diverse experience of regional integration of South and East Asian economies during the last two decades and offers lessons for latecomers. The global economic crisis is expected to merely dampen rather than halt the pace of Asian integration. Global recovery will give renewed impetus to Asian integration. East...
|6 Nov 2005||
Business Leaders Form Central-South Asia Regional Business Roundtable More than 40 business leaders and policymakers from Central and South Asia met on 4 November to establish a Regional Business Roundtable (RBR) to expand the involvement of the business community in economic...
|25 Jul 2005||
ADB to Host First Meeting of Asian Environmental Compliance and Enforcement Network The Asian Environmental Compliance and Enforcement Network (AECEN) will be officially launched on 2-3 August at the ADB headquarters in Manila. The foundation meeting for AECEN is being co-organized...
|3 May 2005||
Openness and Integration Promotes Asian Dynamism Greater regional cooperation and integration within Asia holds the promise of sustainable growth and reduced poverty in the region, ADB President Haruhiko Kuroda told the opening of a seminar today....
|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. This issue of the Asian Development Outlook is the eighth...
|21 Jun 2012||
Asia's recent doubling of its financial safety net looks impressive. But it's more icing than cake. It is, in fact, unusable. Asia's recent doubling of its financial safety net looks impressive. But it's more icing than cake. It is, in fact, unusable. There is no fund but a series of promises...
|22 Sep 2009||
30942 Speech by Rajat M. Nag, ADB Managing Director General, at the book launch of "National Strategies for Regional Integration: South and East Asian Case Studies" and "Pan-Asian Integration: Linking East and South Asia", Manila, Philippines Ambassadors, distinguished guests, ladies, and gentlemen...