Law and Policy Reform at the Asian Development Bank 2001 Edition
Asian Development Bank | June 2000
A legal environment conducive to development is essential for all of the Asian Development Bank’s developing member countries (DMCs). ADB’s activities play an important role in promoting the rule of law through a pro-poor legal and institutional framework for economic development activities and is a vital tool in supporting the legal and institutional framework for predictability, transparency, accountability, and participation. Over the years, ADB has provided substantial assistance through loans and technical assistance projects with significant Law and Policy Reform (LPR) components. Stand-alone legal technical assistance (TA) has focused on LPR for private sector development, particularly for finance, banking, and corporate governance; judicial reform; legal training; dissemination of legal information; and environmental protection.
CitationAsian Development Bank. 2000. Law and Policy Reform at the Asian Development Bank 2001 Edition. © Asian Development Bank. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/6173.
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