- 28 Apr 2008
Thai Prime Minister Opened Meeting Today in Bangkok
- 26 Apr 2008
Asia-Pacific Business Forum to take place in Bangkok on 27 April
- 24 Apr 2008
Most of the high costs related to transporting goods from landlocked developing countries to international markets are avoidable, as they are caused to a large extent by cumbersome custom procedures, says a senior United Nations official.
- 23 Apr 2008
Bangkok Meeting Launches “Asia-Pacific Gateway for Climate Change”
- 21 Apr 2008
Asia Landlocked Countries and Neighbours Meet in Bangkok, 22-23 April
- 16 Apr 2008
Information and communications technologies (ICTs) - from wireless technology to the Internet - are widely accepted as powerful tools for enhancing human development. With access to ICT, people are able to find the information they need to improve their lives. However, without visionary policy makers and ICT savvy government officials the promise of a better future through the use of ICTs is unlikely to be realized.
- 11 Apr 2008
UN workshop in Hong Kong trains statisticians to make better projection
- 31 Mar 2008
Twenty promising undergraduate students from seven ASEAN member countries will begin their scholarships to study information and communications technology (ICT) for socio-economic development at Daejeon University (DJU) in the Republic of Korea, on Tuesday, 1 April, 2008.
- 31 Mar 2008
Noeleen Heyzer, UN Under-Secretary-General and Executive Secretary of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), today called on developed countries to help meet the technological and financial needs of developing countries facing the challenge of climate change.
- 27 Mar 2008
Economic and Social Survey 2008 says that the region will weather sub-prime crisis