- 6 Dec 2012
Senior representatives of 48 member States will gather in Bangkok to support the “Make Every Life Count” initiative at a two-day High-level Meeting on the Improvement of Civil Registration and Vital Statistics in Asia and the Pacific, organized by ESCAP in collaboration with WHO, and other UN/Civil Society partners.
- 3 Dec 2012
Initiated and led by Dr. Noeleen Heyzer, Executive Secretary of ESCAP, a five day study visit will provide an opportunity for the Myanmar Ministers to gain first-hand experience of Singapore’s industrial development policies and strategies to attract foreign investment.
- 30 Nov 2012
With an annual growth rate of around 6.5 per cent despite the incidence of repeated natural disasters, the economy of Bangladesh has proved to be highly resilient and is expected to sustain a similar dynamism in the current year and beyond.
- 27 Nov 2012
A regional economic cooperation forum of Central Asia and Afghanistan meet this week to discuss how integration experiences of other Asia-Pacific subregions can help promote sustainable and inclusive growth among its members amidst the current global economic uncertainty.
- 23 Nov 2012
The United Nations ESCAP in collaboration with the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) will convene the 2012 SPECA Economic Forum on "Strengthening Regional Economic Cooperation and Integration in Central Asia by Sharing the Asian Experience” from 27 to 28 November in Bangkok, Thailand.
- 20 Nov 2012
Senior government representatives from over 25 Asia-Pacific countries began a three-day meeting today to discuss cooperative strategies to better connect economies of the region.
- 14 Nov 2012
Countries from East and North-East Asia, comprising some of the world’s largest energy consumers, ended two days of consultations at a United Nations-led energy security forum, confirming the critical need for enhanced cooperation across the region.
- 14 Nov 2012
Asia-Pacific countries must ensure transparency and accountability in Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) crucial for bridging major infrastructure gaps which are keeping the region from realizing its full growth potential and making it more balanced and sustainable, the United Nations told a high-level forum here today.