Last updated: Friday, 8 April 2011



Asian Development Outlook 2011

Developing Asia on Firm Rebound but Must Tackle InflationDeveloping 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 policy makers. Read the news release.

Asian Development Outlook 2011

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Light in the Countryside
A broad approach to Bhutan's complex power challenges has kept people healthier, allowed children to learn better, and fueled a nascent tech boom.

Microfinance to the Rescue
People on Papua New Guinea's remote Manam Island and Madang Province are rebuilding after a disastrous volcanic eruption thanks to better banking solutions.

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Latest Publications

Asia Bond Monitor 2011 Asia Bond Monitor 2011 [ PDF ]

Emerging East Asia's local currency bond markets expanded by 13.6% to $5.2 trillion in 2010, driven by strong growth in corporate bonds that helped to offset a decline in issuance by central banks and some governments in the last quarter of 2010.


Development Asia: Dealing with Disasters Development Asia: Dealing with Disasters

This edition of Development Asia looks at the state of disaster preparedness in the region, the economics of risk mitigation and the politics of disaster relief, and proactive strategies and innovative solutions.

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