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Asian Development Bank Depository Collection

Start date:

January, 1994

Coverage: Official publications, reports and statistics of the Bank in English.
Location: Central Reference Library , 8/F of Hong Kong Central Library
Type: Reference Material, available for public use in the library
Introduction: The Asian Development Bank is a development finance institution established by an inter-governmental agreement to foster economic growth and co-operation in Asia and the Pacific. Its depository collection, started in January 1994, now comprises some 6,000 items.
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Asian Development Bank (ADB) Homepage at
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January-June 2018

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January-June 2019

July-December 2019


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