2 edition of Key Indicators of Developing Members of the Asian Development Bank (Key Indicators of Developing Asian and Pacific Countries) found in the catalog.
Key Indicators of Developing Members of the Asian Development Bank (Key Indicators of Developing Asian and Pacific Countries)
Asian Development Bank Staff
February 1, 1986
by New York University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||368|
As the Asian Development Bank searched for a new leader, one seemingly odd twist is that China, the third largest shareholder in the bank has forfeited its chance to come up with a nominee. CaiXin. Asian Development Bank (ADB), organization that provides loans and equity investments for development projects in its member countries. The bank also provides technical assistance for projects and programs, and it promotes the investment of capital for .
MANILA: ADB President Haruhiko Kuroda today called upon the Asia-Pacific nations to focus on inclusive growth, green initiatives and knowledge-led development to achieve sustainable economic expansion and succeed in an era of global change. Successful economies will be those that reduce energy use, innovate and take risks, Kuroda said in his address at the Asian Development Bank's (ADB) annual. Asian Development Outlook, Highlights, and Update. Asian Development Review. Governance Brief. Key Indicators. Knowledge Solutions. Pacific Studies Series. Policy Brief Series. Technical Notes. Water for All Publication Series. Working Papers.
ADB’s vision is to achieve a prosperous, inclusive, resilient, and sustainable Asia and the Pacific, while sustaining its efforts to eradicate extreme poverty. By targeting its investments wisely in partnership with its stakeholders, ADB helps its developing members reduce poverty, ensuring that growth is sustainable and inclusive. Economists, sociologists, engineers, gender experts, and. Asian Development Outlook Developing Asia on Firm Rebound but Must Tackle Inflation Developing Asia will continue to expand solidly over the next two years, even as inflation, geopolitical uncertainties, and the need to develop new sources of growth present looming challenges to .
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