Blog posts tagged to "People’s Republic of China"
Published on Thursday, 12 October 2017
To unlock investments in energy efficiency, we must remove financing barriers to small projects and attract more institutional capital.
Published on Wednesday, 11 October 2017
A new ADB working paper provides insights into what factors drive growth at middle-income economies.
Published on Thursday, 28 September 2017
Getting many more farms online will boost farm productivity in the People's Republic of China, and help make the country’s future growth more inclusive.
Published on Friday, 28 July 2017
The country is a prolific builder, but its infrastructure investment needs are and will continue to be enormous.
Published on Thursday, 14 July 2016
The joint ADB-PRC Regional Knowledge Sharing Initiative is launching a website to serve as a platform for sharing the PRC’s experiences, methods, ideas and opinions on what works and what doesn’t in development.
Published on Wednesday, 15 June 2016
Beijing must be far bolder if the services sector is to become a more powerful and sustainable engine of economic growth and job creation.
Published on Friday, 15 May 2015
Hunan, a major manufacturing hub in the PRC, recently launched a low-carbon technology incubator to offset environmental degradation and rising greenhouse emissions, and wants to become a model for developing Asia, where the business case for cleantech is emerging.
Published on Wednesday, 15 January 2014
2014 is shaping up to be another challenging year for bond markets in Asia after a see-saw 2013 which saw prices rise at the start of the year, and then fall back on news that the US Federal Reserve plans to reduce or ‘taper’ its quantitative easing operations.
Published on Monday, 30 September 2013
International experience has shown that fiscal policy can play a leading role in promoting a shift toward a more inclusive economic model, balanced income distribution, and improved living standards.
Published on Thursday, 04 July 2013
An increase in life expectancy by 40% and decline in fertility by 50% in about half a century -- this is a great achievement!