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This is the latest issue of the ESCAP South and South-West Asia Development Monitor The Development Monitor is a bimonthly electronic newsletter, launched in early 2012 (issued on a monthly basis initially), which provides an overview of the work and activities undertaken by the ESCAP South and South-West Asia Office and conferences and knowledge products of relevance to the subregion. The newsletter also provides a compilation of news and articles on themes covered by the ESCAP SSWA work programme. Regional cooperation is critical for addressing shared vulnerabilities in South and South-West Asia, underscored India’s Minister for Commerce and Industry, H.E. E.M.S Natchiappan, in his inaugural address to the Policy Dialogue on Regional Cooperation, Connectivity and Inclusive Development organized by ESCAP-SSWA on 28-29 November 2013 in New Delhi. The event assembled over 100 Government official, policymakers, substantive experts, academia and civil society representatives from 10 South and South-West Asian countries to review the most pressing challenges facing the subregion and ways to address them through regional cooperation

This is the latest issue of the ESCAP South and South-West Asia Development Monitor
The Development Monitor is a bimonthly electronic newsletter, launched in early 2012 (issued on a monthly basis initially), which provides an overview of the work and activities undertaken by the ESCAP South and South-West Asia Office and conferences and knowledge products of relevance to the subregion. The newsletter also provides a compilation of news and articles on themes covered by the ESCAP SSWA work programme.

Regional cooperation is critical for addressing shared vulnerabilities in South and South-West Asia, underscored India’s Minister for Commerce and Industry, H.E. E.M.S Natchiappan, in his inaugural address to the Policy Dialogue on Regional Cooperation, Connectivity and Inclusive Development organized by ESCAP-SSWA on 28-29 November 2013 in New Delhi. The event assembled over 100 Government official, policymakers, substantive experts, academia and civil society representatives from 10 South and South-West Asian countries to review the most pressing challenges facing the subregion and ways to address them through regional cooperation

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