Governors' Seminar: Developing Asia beyond the COVID-19 Pandemic

Video | 18 September 2020

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A distinguished panel of experts explored policies for crisis response, safe reopening, inclusive recovery, and future resilience in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The seminar was held virtually as part of the 53rd Annual Meeting of the ADB Board of Governors (2nd Stage). View the full list of webinars and meetings.
The first stage of the 53rd Annual Meeting comprised a reduced-scale meeting of the Board of Governors on 22 May, during which Governors approved ADB’s financial statements and net income allocation in line with ADB institutional requirements.

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