Eighth International Finance Seminar
Asian Development Bank Institute | November 1998
The Eighth International Finance Seminar was held on 25-27 November 1998 in Tokyo by the Economics and Resource Development Center of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in collaboration with the ADB Institute (ADBI) under a regional technical assistance financed under Japan Special Fund, Government of Japan. The seminar was attended by 17 participants from Bangladesh, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, People's Republic of China, Republic of Korea, Philippines, Singapore, Taipei,China, Thailand and Viet Nam (List of Participants, Appendix 1). There were two officials from the Ministry of Finance, Japan, who attended most of the sessions as observers. Several ADBI staff attended the seminar intermittently as observers. Seven resource persons, including one from the Bank, presented papers on macroeconomic and structural issues relating to international finance and their policy implications for Asian economies. At the inaugural session of the seminar, Mr. Kazuo Kobayashi, Section Chief, Research Division, International Bureau, Ministry of Finance was a chief guest representing the Government of Japan, who also gave welcome remarks. Mr. Nalin Samarasinghe, Director, Japanese Representative Office on behalf of the Bank and Mr. S. B. Chua, Director, Capacity Building, on behalf of the ADBI, gave opening remarks.
CitationAsian Development Bank Institute. 1998. Eighth International Finance Seminar. © Asian Development Bank Institute. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/6553.
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