Haruhiko Kuroda, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) president, on Wednesday called on Asian governments to harmonise efforts to build more resilient and stable financial systems.
"The global financial crisis has highlighted the importance of enhancing financial stability via measures taken at national, regional and global levels," Kuroda said at a seminar at the ADB's annual meeting in Hanoi, Vietnam. "Much progress in this area has been made, but more still needs to be done."
Kuroda made his comm
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