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|8 Feb 2014||
Credit Rating Methods for Public–Private Partnership Infrastructure Projects and Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in South Asia
A credit rating compresses an enormous amount of diverse information into a single symbol. Credit quality embraces relative default probability, loss severity, financial strength, and transition risk. The purpose of this rating methodology is to help domestic credit rating agencies, issuers, investors, regulators, and other market participants understand how public–private partnership...
|14 Mar 2014||
After years of rapid growth, many countries in Asia have advanced to middle-income status. The transition from middle income to high income, however, can be a slow process. Here are 12 things to know about overcoming the so-called middle-income trap in the region. After years of rapid growth, many countries in Asia have...
|4 Jun 2007||
Greater Regional Cooperation Tops South Asia Meeting Agenda Senior officials from Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, and Nepal are meeting in Manila to move forward on initiatives that can enhance regional economic cooperation in South Asia through strategic infrastructure projects and...
|5 May 2012||
<p> Policy makers across Asia realize poor infrastructure is increasingly constraining the region’s growth prospects. Investment in infrastructure is often viewed as a key to avoiding the so-called middle-income trap, but there is no consensus on how to best secure the financing.</p> Policy makers...
|31 May 2010||
Best Practice for Regulatory Framework and Use of Credit Rating Information of Domestic Credit Rating Agencies in South Asia
43431 43431-012 <p>This technical assistance will contribute to the development of efficient national and regional financial systems with expanding volume and reach in South Asia. </p...
|11 Dec 2009||
32087 Welcome and introductory remarks by Xiaoyu Zhao, ADB Vice President, at the 2nd South Asia Economic Summit: South Asia in the Context of Global Financial Meltdown, New Delhi, India Distinguished guests, ladies and gentleman, It is a great pleasure for me to be here for the 2nd South Asia Economic Summit:...
|17 Nov 2009||
31659 Opening remarks by Rajat M. Nag, ADB Managing Director General, at the conference on Harnessing Business Opportunities for South Asian Economic Integration, 17 November 2009, New Delhi, India I. Introduction Honorable Minister Krishna, South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) Secretary...
|31 Jul 2007||
40124 40124-012 6337 <p> Subproject report for the Capacity Building for Introducing Regulatory Impact Assessment (Bhutan) under RETA 6337:...
|31 Mar 2007||
41909 40935-014 <p> The proposed ADB assistance is expected to strengthen the leasing industry further and expand the funding resources and financial services available to the SME sector in the Sri Lanka and...
|31 Dec 2001||
English Share: Facebook Twitter Special Evaluation Studies Beginning in 1984, ADB integrated privatization into its strategies for developing countries. ADB's Medium-Term Strategic Framework (1992–1995) identified privatization as a...