Narrowing the Development Gap: Follow-Up Monitor of the ASEAN Framework for Equitable Economic DevelopmentThis report uses a broad range of indicators to assess the individual and collective development progress made by ASEAN.
Tags: ASEAN, Economy, Sustainable Development Goals, COVID-19
This report reveals strategies to help Southeast Asian countries rebuild a greener, more resilient aviation industry.
Delivering on the Sustainable Development Goals through Solutions at the Energy, Food and Finance NexusThis report shows how cascading crises are pushing the SDGs out of reach of Asia and the Pacific economies.
Tags: Sustainable Development Goals, COVID-19, Energy, Agriculture and food security, Finance, Climate change and disaster risk management
UNWTO sees visitor arrivals nearing pre-pandemic levels in some regions but notes slow recovery in Asia–Pacific.
This publication highlights brighter economic prospects for Asia and the Pacific amid ongoing challenges. It forecasts growth across the region’s developing economies of 4.8% this year and in 2024, up from 4.2% in 2022.
Growth forecasts for developing Asia’s economies are looking brighter, with 4.8% growth projection this year and next year compared to the 4.2% growth in 2022.
Highlights: Southeast Asia Development Symposium 2022: Sustainable Solutions for Southeast Asia’s RecoveryThis publication recaps proceedings during ADB's Southeast Asia Development Symposium 2022. It highlights the solutions that address challenges from the pandemic.
Tags: ASEAN, Information and communications technology, Sustainable Development Goals, Tourism, Social development and poverty, Health, Climate change and disaster risk management, Environment, Urban development, COVID-19
DKI Jakarta Province Voluntary Local Review 2021—Jakarta Collaboration in Handling the COVID-19 Pandemic: Rise toward a Resilient JakartaThis publication shares findings from a 2021 review by the provincial government of DKI Jakarta on the implementation of the SDGs.
This report from ADB provides updated economic projections, revising growth forecasts for developing Asia down slightly from 4.3% to 4.2% in 2022 and from 4.9% to 4.6% in 2023.
Monetary policy tightening by central banks globally and in the region, the protracted Russian invasion of Ukraine, and recurring lockdowns in the People’s Republic of China are slowing down developing Asia’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tags: Economics, COVID-19, Sustainable Development Goals, Social development and poverty