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ADB’s Southeast Asia Development Symposium (SEADS) 2020: The New Normal: Driving Economic Recovery through Digital Innovation

21 Oct 2020 | Event

ADB’s Southeast Asia Development Symposium (SEADS) 2020: The New Normal: Driving Economic Recovery through Digital Innovation

Join the online event on 21 October. SEADS will focus on digital innovation with the context of the COVID-19 crisis and explore policies that can help Southeast Asian nations achieve a competitive edge in the age of disruptive technology.

Cambodia: Country Operations Business Plan (2021-2023)

15 Oct 2020 | Institutional Document

Cambodia: Country Operations Business Plan (2021-2023)

The country operations business plan presents the indicative program of support of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) for Cambodia during 2021–2023.

Evaluating Losses Associated with African Swine Fever in the People’s Republic of China and Neighboring Countries

15 Oct 2020 | Publication

Evaluating Losses Associated with African Swine Fever in the People’s Republic of China and Neighboring Countries

This paper aims to assist policymakers in assessing the scale of the impact African swine fever (ASF) has had on the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and Southeast Asia.

2017 International Comparison Program for Asia and the Pacific: Purchasing Power Parities and Real Expenditures — Results and Methodology

08 Oct 2020 | Publication

2017 International Comparison Program for Asia and the Pacific: Purchasing Power Parities and Real Expenditures — Results and Methodology

This publication provides in-depth analyses of purchasing power parities and real expenditures for 22 economies in Asia and the Pacific.