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Date: 4 -7 May

Location: Yokohama

 

The 50th Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) is held in Yokohama, Japan from 4 – 7 May, 2017.

Stefania Palma, Asia editor at The Banker, and Jacopo Dettoni, deputy editor at fDi Magazine will cover the event through a video interview series with key industry figures and policy makers.

Discussion points:

Asia's ageing societies | Sustainable development for Asia | Overcoming middle income traps | Meeting infrastructure investment needs

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