ADB’s Kuroda says governance and supervision reform needed in Asia


The current economic growth trend in Asia and the Pacific Rim will not be sufficient on its own for the region to succeed in a globally changing world, Asian Development Bank (ADB) president Haruhiko Kuroda told the 45th annual meeting of the board of governors of the ADB in Manila on May 4.

The ADB chief said that while economic growth in Asia remains "strong", the world is experiencing "a fundamental transformation" and "now is the time to push through with greater reforms to support the

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