In the last 60 years, the Asia-Pacific region has transitioned from a low-income agrarian region to a global manufacturing and economic powerhouse. For over a year however, the global health pandemic has caused significant disruptions to economic activity, threatening to reverse some of the region’s economic, social, and development gains.
Against this backdrop, President of the Asian Development Bank, Masatsugu Asakawa, discusses his views on the prospect of a resilient, inclusive and sustainable recovery in Asia. How have policy makers in the region responded to regain and sustain growth momentum? What are the key priorities for developing countries in Asia and the Pacific to manage risks and seize opportunities to bounce back better? How can the Asian Development Bank help its members toward the path of resilient and sustainable recovery?
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