ASEAN and Japan - Economic Prospects and Challenges

01/11/2004 | Tadao Chino, president, ADB

The importance of closer of regional co-operation and integration. By Tadao Chino, president of the Asian Development Bank

Related stories

  • Russia crisis threatens to wreck fragile global economic ...

    The EBRD is set to publish a gloomy economic forecast as analysts grow increasingly gloomy over the scale of the impact of the Ukraine crisis on the global economy

  • FINANCIAL MARKETS: CEE financial hubs steel themselves ...

    Warsaw is home to the largest CEE-headquartered stock exchange, Bucharest is rapidly trying to replicate the structure, while Vienna dominates the Central and Eastern Europe Stock Exchange Group. Throw the Moscow Exchange into the mix and the battle for the CEE power exchange will prove a fascinating one

  • Slovenian reforms in doubt after Bratusek quits

    Having avoided bail-outs and abanking sector collapse last year, Slovenia faces a new crisis — this time a political one following the resignation of prime minister Alenka Bratusek. The biggest impact could be on much-needed economic reform

  • Kazakhstan hires EBRD to revolutionise economy

    The EBRD has hailed the decision by the Kazakh government to channel billions of dollars of state revenues through its offices as a ‘game changer’ in economic development

  • Gazprom turns up the heat as Europe sweats on energy ...

    Energy security in central and western Europe has shot straight back to the top of the agenda following Russia’s annexation of the Crimea and its subsequent ratcheting up of pressure on Ukraine to settle its gas bills


Editor's Picks


In Focus

  1. RUSSIA: Putin’s Crimea victory risks economic defeat

  2. BANKING SECTOR: Cautious optimism returns to CEE banks as recovery begins

Parts of the democratic process are under siege.

Radmila Sekerinska, president, National Council of European Integration