How wisely governments cope with current and long-term economic challenges caused by COVID-19 will be an important defining factor for the prosperity of our and future generations.
As developing Asia looks to continue boasting robust economic growth in the future, experts at a joint ADB-IMF seminar during ADB’s Annual Meeting in Baku discussed how the region’s financial sector needs to transform itself to deliver stable, inclusive, long-term results.
It is time to establish partnerships and expand to a whole-of-society approach to cope with the disasters and crises that are increasingly threatening developing countries.
On many levels, women in Viet Nam fare better than women living in countries at a similar level of economic development. Still, women-owned businesses face disproportionate barriers.
Declining revenues and stuttering economies require that tax administrators in Asia and the Pacific innovate
ADB and the Islamic Financial Services Board launched today a new publication about how Islamic finance can contribute to sustainable growth in Asia. Here are a few highlights.
Local perspectives on disaster risk are essential for resilience measures to be sustainable and effective.
Blockchain can be robust, secure, and trusted – as long as the technology is executed properly.
Trade can benefit women and girls in a variety of ways, but only if the right policies are put into place
Asia has the potential to realize the Asian Century, but only adopting bold and visionary policies can help make this a reality.