Asian Development Outlook 2022 Update Launch

Series: Asian Development Outlook (ADO) Launch Series

Asian Development Outlook 2022 Update Launch

21 September 2022

Recovery in developing Asia continues as many economies reopen from the pandemic, but challenges remain. Growth in the People’s Republic of China is slowing markedly. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has unsettled commodity markets​ and stoked inflation. And aggressive tightening by central banks is denting global growth​ and challenging financial stability. The Asian Development Outlook 2022 Update shed light on the region’s recent developments, outlook, and risks.

Program and Learning Materials: 
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
21 Sep 2022 Presentation Asian Development Outlook 2022 Update: Softening Growth Amid A Darkened Global Outlook
This presentation gives an overview of the recovery progress of developing Asia and several downside risks which includes sharp deceleration in global...


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