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Economic growth in Developing Asia remains buoyant despite external pressures and should meet earlier forecasts for 2016 and 2017, says a new ADB study.
About 3,500 participants took part in discussions about how ADB can further scale up efforts to reduce poverty in Asia and the Pacific and help achieve a more sustainable future, during ADB's 49th Annual Meeting in Frankfurt, Germany.
World Water Week in Stockholm provides an annual platform to discuss global water issues. It is organized by Stockholm International Water Institute, and this year, the theme is “Water for Sustainable Growth.”
Developing countries in Asia will enjoy continued strong economic growth despite a surprise vote by the United Kingdom to leave the European Union that chilled an already tepid recovery in Europe, according to the newly released Asian Development Outlook Supplement.
The European Representative Office (ERO) was established in 1996 to enhance public awareness of and support for ADB in 17 European member countries. ERO engages with a wide range of stakeholders, in particular with key decision makers and opinion leaders in governments, development agencies, international institutions, the private sector and civil society. It also works with the media to reach out to wider audience groups, including the general public.
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