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Implementing the Monterrey consensus in the Asian and Pacific region

Implementing the Monterrey consensus in the Asian and Pacific region

achieving coherence and consistency

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Published by United Nations ESCAP in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Saving and investment -- Asia,
  • Saving and investment -- Pacific Area,
  • Investments, Foreign -- Asia,
  • Investments, Foreign -- Pacific Area

  • Edition Notes

    StatementUnited Nations
    ContributionsUnited Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 155 p. ;
    Number of Pages155
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17187507M
    ISBN 109211204186

    Asia Pacific Region Officers. President: Ral Antic (Australia) Vice-President: Elizabeth V. Cadena (Philippines) Secretary General: Takashi Yoshiyama (Japan) Treasurer: Amanda Christensen (Australia) Conference President: Camilo Roa, Jr (Philippines) Members Coordinating Committee: Steve Lan (Hong Kong, China), Ibrahim Hamzah (Malaysia), Shiming Cheng (China). 6 The SIGI in East Asia and the Pacific Regional overview The East Asia and the Pacific region is the third best performing region in the edition of the Social Institutions and Gender Index (SIGI) (Figure ). The region has benefited from its cultural diversity and economic dynamism to advance gender equality, courtesy of political.

    In , Hines opened its newest office in Hong Kong to serve as a headquarters for the existing Asia Pacific Region and expansion efforts into new geographies throughout Asia. The office will serve as a central hub for future growth in Development, Acquisitions, Investment/Asset Management, and Third-Party Property and Tenant Services. Summary for Asia and the Pacific Region On the Eve of Rio+20 implementing a national green growth policy in the Republic of Korea. South and South-West Asia had the fastest urban population growth rate of all the Asian and Pacific subregions at an average of per cent per year during 4.

    The Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) promotes regional. cooperation for inclusive and sustainable economic and social development in Asia and the Pacific, a dynamic region characterized by growing wealth, diversity and change, but also challenged with persistent poverty, environmental degradation, inequality and. The Asia-Pacific region (defined here as states of the Western Pacific Ocean plus South Asia ―Dobbs-Higginson, ) has not been immune to global regional developments, and, while there are a number of sub-regionalisms, there still does not exist a region-wide grouping with uncon-.


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12(1), pagesJune. Implementing the Monterrey Consensus in Asia and the Pacific EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Asia-Pacific region has made substantial progress in confronting the challenges of financing for development since the adoption of the Monterrey Consensus inbut challenges remain, especially in the context of the changing economic and financial landscape.

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