Capital Management Reforms Unlock $100 Billion in New Funding over Next Decade to Support Asia and the Pacific
ADB approved capital management reforms that unlock $100 billion in new funding capacity over the next decade to address the region’s overlapping, simultaneous crises.
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Asian Development Outlook (ADO)
ADO analyzes economic and development issues in Asia and the Pacific.
The September update revises slightly down the region’s growth forecast for this year to 4.7% on slower expansions in South Asia and Southeast Asia. The growth forecast for 2024 is unchanged at 4.8%.
What is Asia and the Pacific's special stake in the global climate crisis? How will the region transform during the global transition to net zero, including socioeconomic consequences and the policies needed for an efficient and equitable transition?
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Asian Development Outlook September 2023
Robust domestic demand is continuing to support developing Asia’s growth. The reopening of the People’s Republic of China, rebounding tourism, resilient service sectors, healthy money transfers into the region, and stable financial conditions are all helping support economic activity.
Inflation in developing Asia is forecast to decline from 4.4% last year to 3.6% in 2023 and 3.5% in 2024. Price pressures, however, remain strong and core inflation is high in the Caucasus and Central Asia and in South Asia, most notably in Pakistan.
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