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14 Sep 2012
The six member countries of the Greater Mekong Subregion Program mark 20 years of economic cooperation in 2012.
30 Aug 2012
ASEAN nations can help avoid world rice price shocks by reducing export restrictions, placing less emphasis on self-sufficiency, retooling Thailand's rice pledging program, and expanding coordinated rice policies with India and Pakistan, according to a series of working papers from ADB.
30 Aug 2012
To avoid a repeat of the rice price crisis, ASEAN member countries formulated the ASEAN Integrated Food Security Framework with a Strategic Plan of Action that focuses on establishing a regional emergency rice reserve, facilitating regional rice trade, developing an ASEAN food security information system, and pursuing innovations through research and development.
19 Jul 2012
Greater integration brings benefits but also potentially huge risks, meaning Asian governments must work together to put in place policies and structures to ensure the region minimizes those risks and reaps the benefits.
11 Jul 2012
Asia's rising economic integration experienced over the last three decades has been mostly a market-led development. Here are 12 things to know about regional economic cooperation and integration.
8 Jul 2012
At the Tokyo Conference on Afghanistan, ADB reiterated its commitment to the country’s long-term development, including a $1.2 billion program funding through 2016.
20 Jun 2012
One theme of Rio+20 is the green economy in the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication. Green growth can be seen as a way to pursue economic growth and development while preventing environmental degradation, and a means to achieve a green economy.
5 Jun 2012
Countries in the Asia and Pacific Region, home to some of the most diverse ecosystems in the world, need to work together to “scale up and replicate” actions to sustain natural capital and enhance human welfare
5 Jun 2012
By the end of 2014, foreign troops will pull out of Afghanistan. Take a look at how ADB projects are helping the country be self-reliant, with infrastructure development and regional cooperation.
4 May 2012
ASEAN+3 launched the Asian Bond Markets Initiative in 2002 to improve the resilience of the financial system. This year we celebrate 10 years.