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Energy indicators of major developing member countries of ADB.

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Published by Asian Development Bank in [Manila, Philippines?] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Developing countries
    • Subjects:
    • Power resources -- Developing countries -- Statistics.,
    • Energy development -- Developing countries -- Statistics.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsAsian Development Bank. Industry and Development Banks Dept. Energy Planning Unit.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9502.D442 E52435 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxxi, 431 p. :
      Number of Pages431
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1612591M
      LC Control Number91152761
      OCLC/WorldCa26515056

      ADB Working Paper Series on Regional Economic Integration 29 Tables 1. Summary of Doing Business Assumptions 4 2. Comparison of Doing Business Export Costs and Statistics-Based Trade Costs 10 3. Factors Affecting Trade Cost 12 4. c.i.f.–f.o.b. Import Ratios of Asian Countries to New Zealand , , and 17 Figures 1. The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is an international finance institution owned by 67 members, of which 48 are from the Asia and Pacific region while 19 are non-regional. Established in , ADB envisions an Asia and Pacific region free of poverty. ADB’s mission is to help its developing member countries to reduce poverty and improve their living.

      2. Asian Highway Sections by ADB Developing Member Country (DMC) 6 3. ADB Road Projects by Type of Road (km) 10 4. ADB Transport Projects by Road Type and Regional/Subregional Group (km) 13 5. Indicators of ADB Contributions to the Asian Highway Network 17 Figures 1. ADB-Financed Highway Projects (km) 11 2. In the World Development Indicators database (and most other time series datasets), all World Bank member countries, plus 28 other economies with populations of more t, are classified so that data users can aggregate, group, and compare statistical data of interest, and for the presentation of key main classifications provided are by geographic region, by income.

      The Key Indicators of Developing Asian and Pacific Countries is the 34th edition of this flagship annual statistical data book of ADB. Its new layout features: 38 regional table s of socio-economic and financial indicators, including the Millennium Development Goals indicators, for 40 developing member countries of ADB.   Setup in , the AIIB has an advantage of getting projects cleared from member countries within six months as against a minimum period of 3 years required by the established ADB, thereby attracting new projects which until a few years ago were destined to go to the latter for financing due to lack of competition.


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