55th ADB Annual Meeting (2nd Stage): Financing the SDGs through Sustainable Revenue Streams

Video | 26 September 2022

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This session of the 55th Annual Meeting of the ADB Board of Governors presented updates on the Asia Pacific Tax Hub initiative, followed by a discussion among panelists and event participants on ongoing initiatives to widen the fiscal space and broaden the domestic tax base.

Through the Asia Pacific Tax Hub, ADB supports its developing member countries in mobilizing domestic resources for financing the SDGs.

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