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[IWS] ADB: KEY INDICATORS FOR ASIA AND THE PACIFIC 2014 [20 August 2014]
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KEY INDICATORS FOR ASIA AND THE PACIFIC 2014 [20 August 2014]
SPECIAL CHAPTER: POVERTY IN ASIA: A DEEPER LOOK
[full-text, 352 pages]
Framework of Inclusive Growth Indicators 2014: Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific (Special Supplement)
[full-text, 120 pages]
The Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific 2014, the 45th edition of this series, includes the latest available economic, financial, social, and environmental indicators for the 48 regional members of the Asian Development Bank. It presents the latest key statistics on development issues concerning the economies of Asia and the Pacific to a wide audience, including policy makers, development practitioners, government officials, researchers, students, and the general public. Part I of this issue is a special chapter—Poverty in Asia: A Deeper Look. Parts II and III are composed of brief, nontechnical analyses and statistical tables on the Millennium Development Goals and eight other themes. The publication is supplemented by the fourth edition of the Framework of Inclusive Growth Indicators.
The statistical tables in this issue of the Key Indicators may also be downloaded in MS Excel format from this website or in user-specified format at SDBS Online.
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