Economic growth in Asia and the Pacific is expected to remain solid, although risks to the outlook are rising, according to a report by ADB.
Before fully recovering from the pandemic’s disruption, the region was shaken by spikes in consumer prices. How have Asia’s vulnerable fared in the face of the rise in the cost of living?
ADB has appointed Bhargav Dasgupta as Vice-President (Market Solutions) for a period of 3 years. He will be responsible for management of the operations of ADB’s Private Sector Operations Department and Office of Markets Development and Public–Private Partnerships.
ADB has approved a $100 million policy-based concessional loan to strengthen the country’s fiscal management and to promote decentralization.
ADB has approved a $100 million loan to improve computer science, software engineering and information technology (IT) programs in three universities in Bangladesh.
Armenia faces severe water challenges due to climate change and needs immediate and long-term strategies to safeguard its water resources and ensure sustainable agriculture.
Kelly Hewitt, an ADB Principal Energy Specialist with more than 25 years of experience in gas market regulation and reform, energy efficiency, climate mitigation, and renewable energy, defines key terms related to battery storage for renewable energy.
ADB statisticians Arturo Martinez Jr. and Joseph Albert Nino Bulan answer questions on how the increased cost of living crisis threatens to push many back into poverty in Asia and the Pacific, based on their research for Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific 2023.
This workshop will examine monetary policy, banking and finance, and central banking imperatives across developing Asia and the Pacific.
The 2023 ADBI Annual Conference will provide a midway assessment of the Sustainable Development Goals and feature rigorous research and panel discussions on the required reforms and policy solutions to accelerate the achievement of the Goals.
This training program, led by Stanford University professor Francis Fukuyama and faculty, will address challenges faced by public sector leaders as they foster economic growth through infrastructure development in politically charged environments.
ADB, in partnership with Stanford University, will be conducting a three-day workshop on “Transforming Policy and Investment through Mainstreaming Natural Capital Assessment and Accounting in Projects” on 7 – 9 November 2023.