Developing Asia

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DW
IMF highlights need to combat inequality |suffer from low access in sub-Saharan Africa and the Middle East and North Afri
DW / Posted 9 days ago
suffer from low access in sub-Saharan Africa and the Middle East and North Africa, and to a lesser extent in emerging and developing Asia and in Latin America and the Caribbean. Disparities in health outcomes between groups in the population... Read more
10d
TheBull
IMF raises China growth forecast for 2017 to 6.8 pctthe 7.2 percent predicted in July. Strong global demand has also been a boon f
TheBull / Posted 10 days ago
the 7.2 percent predicted in July. Strong global demand has also been a boon for the rest of Asia, where the fund forecasts sustained growth. "In the rest of emerging market and developing Asia," the fund wrote, "growth is expected to be vigoro... Read more
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10d
Channel NewsAsia
IMF raises China growth forecast for 2017 to 6.8%predicted in July. Strong global demand has also been a boon for the rest of A
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 10 days ago
predicted in July. Strong global demand has also been a boon for the rest of Asia, where the fund forecasts sustained growth. "In the rest of emerging market and developing Asia," the fund wrote, "growth is expected to be vigorous".Source:... Read more
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14d
Business Wire
Off-grid Energy Storage Market in Indiaof a country. According to the IEA, as of 2016, India accounted for the highest
Business Wire / Posted 14 days ago
of a country. According to the IEA, as of 2016, India accounted for the highest population without electricity in all Developing Asia. The national electrification rate was 81%, and about 244 million people lacked access to electricity in... Read more
16d
DW
Cheap solar energy the fastest growing new power source |be installed in the next five years, a figure that coal took 80 years to achiev
DW / Posted 16 days ago
be installed in the next five years, a figure that coal took 80 years to achieve. The report stressed the need for the developing Asia region and sub-Saharan Africa to step up their investment in renewables, particularly off-grid solar... Read more
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24d
Canberra Times
A decade after the global financial crisis, we're still not back to normalfrom being a bit too late, trying to return to White Australia would rob us of
Canberra Times / Posted 24 days ago
from being a bit too late, trying to return to White Australia would rob us of greater human links with rapidly developing Asia, where we all know our best hope of future prosperity lies. Overall, we've gained more than we've lost from... Read more
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24d
The Age
A decade after the global financial crisis, we're still not back to normalfrom being a bit too late, trying to return to White Australia would rob us of
The Age / Posted 24 days ago
from being a bit too late, trying to return to White Australia would rob us of greater human links with rapidly developing Asia, where we all know our best hope of future prosperity lies. Overall, we've gained more than we've lost from... Read more
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24d
Sydney Morning Herald
A decade after the global financial crisis, we're still not back to normalfrom being a bit too late, trying to return to White Australia would rob us of
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 24 days ago
from being a bit too late, trying to return to White Australia would rob us of greater human links with rapidly developing Asia, where we all know our best hope of future prosperity lies. Overall, we've gained more than we've lost from... Read more
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24d
Pilipino Star
ADB retains 6.5% Philippine growth outlookcapacity of line agencies implementing key infra projects. ADB likewise retain
Pilipino Star / Posted 24 days ago
capacity of line agencies implementing key infra projects. ADB likewise retained its growth projection of 5.9 percent for developing Asia in 2017 and 5.8 percent in 2018 on the back of broad-based recovery in global trade, robust expansion in... Read more
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24d
The Age
A decade after the global financial crisis, we're still not back to normalfrom being a bit too late, trying to return to White Australia would rob us of
The Age / Posted 24 days ago
from being a bit too late, trying to return to White Australia would rob us of greater human links with rapidly developing Asia, where we all know our best hope of future prosperity lies. Overall, we've gained more than we've lost from... Read more
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24d
Sydney Morning Herald
A decade after the global financial crisis, we're still not back to normalfrom being a bit too late, trying to return to White Australia would rob us of
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 24 days ago
from being a bit too late, trying to return to White Australia would rob us of greater human links with rapidly developing Asia, where we all know our best hope of future prosperity lies. Overall, we've gained more than we've lost from... Read more
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24d
Manila Standard Today
ADB hikes PH growth forecastglobal trade and China’s strong momentum that is said should help boost Asia’s
Manila Standard Today / Posted 24 days ago
global trade and China’s strong momentum that is said should help boost Asia’s economic prospects. AFP Meanwhile, Developing Asia is forecast to expand 5.9 percent this year, stronger than an earlier estimate of 5.7 percent. Growth in 2018... Read more
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25d
asianage
ADB lowers India growth outlook to 7 per cent for 2017-18direct investment flows and comfortably finance the current account deficit. I
asianage / Posted 25 days ago
direct investment flows and comfortably finance the current account deficit. It has upped its forecast for growth in developing Asia -- comprising 45 countries in the Asia Pacific -- to 5.9 per cent in 2017 from 5.7 per cent, and 5.8 per cent... Read more
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25d
The Hindu
ADB lowers India growth forecast for this fiscal and nextgrowth dividends over the medium term. The latest Asian Development Bank (ADB)
The Hindu / Posted 25 days ago
growth dividends over the medium term. The latest Asian Development Bank (ADB) report remains sanguine for much of the developing Asia in growth metrics as a result of the broad-based recovery in global trade, robust expansion in major... Read more
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25d
The Economic Times
ADB lowers India growth forecast for this fiscal, nextgrowth dividends over the medium term. The latest Asian Development Bank (ADB)
The Economic Times / Posted 25 days ago
growth dividends over the medium term. The latest Asian Development Bank (ADB) report remains sanguine for much of the developing Asia in growth metrics as a result of the broad-based recovery in global trade, robust expansion in major... Read more
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25d
Pilipino Star
ADB retains Philippine growth forecastsmeeting our full-year target growth of 6.5-7.5 percent.” Meanwhile, ADB on Tue
Pilipino Star / Posted 25 days ago
meeting our full-year target growth of 6.5-7.5 percent.” Meanwhile, ADB on Tuesday also raised its GDP growth forecast for developing Asia – which is made up of 45 countries in the Asia-Pacific region – to 5.9 percent in 2017 and 5.8 percent in... Read more
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25d
Reuters
ADB keeps Asia 2017 growth outlook at 5.9 percent, flags risks from Fed unwindingMANILA (Reuters) - Developing Asia is on track to grow faster this year and nex
Reuters / Posted 25 days ago
MANILA (Reuters) - Developing Asia is on track to grow faster this year and next, the Asian Development Bank said on Tuesday, buoyed by a pick-up in world trade and China’s expansion, but it flagged risks from tightening U.S. monetary... Read more
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27d
Sunday Observer
Urgent need to reorient economy - IPSit was around 26 percent of the GDP in emerging and developing economies and ar
Sunday Observer / Posted 27 days ago
it was around 26 percent of the GDP in emerging and developing economies and around the same percentage in emerging and developing Asia in 2016. The percentage of government revenue to the GDP in emerging and developing economies has been... Read more

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