One of the striking lessons from Asia's success over the past few decades is that it makes economic sense to invest in regional infrastructure to link two or more countries to support outward-oriented development strategies. Cross-border projects ... Asian Development Bank, 1 month ago
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How does the micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) sector fit into the global value chains? A presentation by Ganeshan Wignaraja, advisor of the economic research and regional cooperation of the Asian Development Bank at the 53rdAnnual ...Manila Bulletin, 1 week ago
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Financial integration is necessary to help build financial inclusion, but the challenge lies in regulatory differences hindering progress in Asia. SMEs are critical because they have strong significant contributions in jobs, exports and GDP, but ...Business World, 4 weeks ago
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