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Important Facts about Asian Development Bank (in Hindi)
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Asian Development Bank (in Hindi)

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Aartee Mishra
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Thank u so much sir. very well explained, including your views
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  3. ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK Set up in 1966 with 31 founding members (India being one of them), today (by March 2017) it has grown to encompass 67 members-of which 48 are from Asia and Pacific and 19 from outside. It has its headquarters situated at Manila, Philippines. The purpose of the Bank is to foster economic growth and co-operation in the region of Asia and the Far East and to contribute to economic development of the developing member countries, collectively and individually. The six functions of the Bank are as clubbed below: Promoting investment-public and private-and harmonious regional development with special regard to less developed member countries; (ii) Coordinating development policies and plans (on request); promoting intra-regional trade; providing technical assistance in financing, execution and project proposals; Co-operating with the UNO and other international institutions-publicand private-and undertaking other activities and provide other services advancing its purpose


  4. ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK India's subscription to the Bank's capital stock is 7.190 per cent with a voting power of 6.050 per cent (as per the ADB Annual Report, 2016). India started borrowing from ADB's Ordinary Capital Resources (OCR) in 1986. The Bank's lending has been mainly in the energy, transport and communications, finance, industry and social infrastructure sectors. The Bank has extended technical assistance to India in addition to loans from its OCR window. . The technical assistance provided include support for institutional strengthening, effective project implementation and policy reforms as well as for project preparation. India holds the position of Executive Director on the Board of Directors of the Bank-its constituency comprises India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Lao PDR and Tajikistan. The Finance Minister is India's Governor on the Board of Governors of the Asian Development Bank and Secretary (EA) is the Alternate Governor.


  5. OECD The roots of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Paris, go back to the rubble of Europe after World War I Determined to avoid the mistakes of their predecessors in the wake of World War l, European leaders realised that the best way to ensure lasting peace was to encourage co- operation and reconstruction, rather than punish the defeated. The Organisation for European Economic Cooperation (OEEC) was established in 1947 to run the US-financed Marshall Plan for reconstruction of a continent ravaged by war. By making individual governments recognize the interdependence of their economies, it paved the way for a new era of cooperation that was to change the face of Europe. Encouraged by its success and the prospect of carrying its work forward on a global stage, Canada and the US joined OEEC members in signing the new OECD Convention on December, 1960. . The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) was officially born on September 30, 1961, when the Convention entered into force.


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