Publications List

Comprehensive listing of books, reports, and research on regional cooperation and integration (RCI) in South Asia and relevant global RCI publications, including publications on transport, trade facilitation, energy, and economic corridors in the SASEC region.

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Asian Development Bank and Bhutan: Fact Sheet

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) Fact Sheet provides social and economic indicators on Bhutan, as well as information on ADB operations and contact details. Since 1982, ADB has supported Bhutan through projects in energy, finance, and trade facilitation, and transport. ADB has approved loans totaling $498.81 million, grants of $222.4 million, and $73.48 million in technical assistance for Bhutan. ADB support reflects strong emphasis on green energy production, transport connectivity, and urban infrastructure projects. To make growth more inclusive, ADB will help Bhutan through projects focusing on cross-border connectivity, skills development, and agriculture.

Author: Asian Development Bank

Year: 2017

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Tags: ADB, Bhutan, Energy, Connectivity, Transport, Agriculture, Roads

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Asian Development Bank and India: Fact Sheet

Since ADB began operations in India in 1986, it has committed 209 sovereign loans of $35.9 billion. ADB’s country partnership strategy, 2018–2022 for India supports efforts to accelerate inclusive economic growth. It focuses on boosting economic competitiveness and creating jobs, building inclusive infrastructure and services in low-income states, and addressing challenges related to climate change. ADB also fosters regional cooperation as part of its operations in India.

Author: Asian Development Bank

Year: 2018

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Tags: ADB, India, Infrastructure, Jobs, Regional Cooperation

Asian Development Bank and Bhutan: Fact Sheet

Since 1982, ADB has supported Bhutan through loans of $495.67 million, grants of $209.96 million, and technical assistance of $52.75 million for Bhutan, mainly for programs in energy, transport, finance, and urban development. ADB continues to support trade facilitation and helps improve Bhutan’s cross-border connectivity and infrastructure in regional growth centers, health systems, education and skills development, and agriculture to make growth more inclusive.

Author: Asian Development Bank

Year: 2018

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Tags: ADB, Bhutan, Energy, Infrastructure, Transport

Asian Development Bank and Bangladesh: Fact Sheet

Since 1973, ADB has approved $20.4 billion for 279 loans to Bangladesh, as well as $258.4 million for 432 technical assistance projects and $787.1 million for 35 grants. ADB supports projects that enhance regional connectivity and foster development of economic corridors. ADB helps develop road and rail networks and seaports in Bangladesh and works to develop renewable energy plants and encourage grid interconnection.

Author: Asian Development Bank

Year: 2018

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Tags: ADB, Bangladesh, Economic Corridor Development, Renewable Energy, Gender, Sustainable Development Goals, Transport

Asian Development Outlook (ADO) 2018: How Technology Affects Jobs

Developing Asia is forecast to expand by 6.0% in 2018 and 5.9% in 2019. Growth in South Asia is expected to be revived after a two-year slowdown. India is expected to bounce back to 7.3% in 2018 and 7.6% in 2019 owing to the effects of tax and banking reforms and corporate deleveraging. Growth will be strong in the rest of South Asia, with a forecast of 7.0% in 2018 and 7.2% in 2019, but expansion will be affected in Bangladesh and Sri Lanka following a need to carry out revenue-enhancing fiscal reform and to strengthen economic policy. Inflation forecast in South Asia is 4.7% in 2018 and raised to 5.1% in 2019.

Author: Asian Development Bank

Year: 2018

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Tags: ADB, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Employment, Jobs, Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Technology

Renewable Capacity Statistics 2018

This publication provides statistics on renewable power generation capacity for the last decade. It gives figures for global capacity, capacity per region, and capacity per country, including those for Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. Figures include those for total energy generation capacity, total renewable capacity, and capacity by energy source (hydropower, wind energy, solar energy, etc.).

Author: International Renewable Energy Agency

Year: 2018

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Tags: Hydropower, Renewable Energy, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka

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