Asian Development Bank (ADB) (special guest lecture)


Time/date: Wednesday, November 6, 2019. 10:35-12:10
For: All students (particularly English-basis students and graduate students)
Venue: F209
Speakers: Harumi KODAMA-san
Representative, Asian Development Bank Japanese Representative Office
Language: English
Seating capacity: 100
Application deadline: Tuesday, November 5, 2019. 10:30
Attire: Casual
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Content: The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is an international financial institution made up of 68 members (of which 49 are from the Asia and Pacific region). To achieve a “prosperous, inclusive, resilient, and sustainable Asia and the Pacific,” ADB assists its member countries/regions in providing loans, grants, investments, technical assistance, advising, etc. to promote social and economic development.

ADB was founded in 1966 with their headquarters in Manila, Philippines, and representative offices in each member nation. We are happy to then welcome the representative of the Japanese Representative Office, KODAMA Harumi-san, to APU for a special guest lecture.

For this lecture, all students are welcome, but we particularly encourage English-basis students and graduate students to participate.
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Asian Development Bank (ADB) (special guest lecture)

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