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Year: 1999
Differences and similarities in the development paths taken by six east Asian economies (Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, South Korea and Taiwan) provide a fertile ground for policy analysis from which important lessons are drawn and major challenges identified for the Indochinese transitional economies (ITEs for short, including Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Viet Nam and China) in advancing the twin objectives of economic growth and poverty reduction
Year: 1996
In Malaysia, the relative importance of agriculture has declined as a result of diversification and industrialization of the economy
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Year: 1995
This first in a series of regional conferences on this subject brought together more than fifty agricultural scientists and policymakers from China, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, and from international agricultural research centres and the Asian Development Bank to discuss how best to promote "sustainable agricultural intensification" - natural resource management that safeguards productivity of the natural resource base while meeting economic growth and poverty alleviation objectives
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The Compendium of "Studies of EIA Practice in Developing Countries" is a companion volume to the UNEP Environmental Impact Assessment Training Resource Manual
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The Compendium of "Studies of EIA Practice in Developing Countries" is a companion volume to the UNEP Environmental Impact Assessment Training Resource Manual
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