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Data and statistical analysis in the Asia and Pacific region contribute to knowledge generation in ADB, helping strengthen its institutional priorities and operational effectiveness in its developing member economies.

In the Spotlight

Asian Development Outlook (ADO) 2022 Update: Entrepreneurship in the Digital Age

Publication | 21 September 2022

Asian Development Outlook (ADO) 2022 Update: Entrepreneurship in the Digital Age

In this report, ADB has lowered its forecasts for economic growth in developing Asia and the Pacific to 4.3% in 2022 and 4.9% in 2023, amid mounting challenges. Its theme chapter looks at how digital entrepreneurship spurs growth and innovation.

Asia Bond Monitor – September 2022

Publication | 14 September 2022

Asia Bond Monitor – September 2022

This edition reviews developments in East Asian financial conditions and local currency bond markets. Long-term bond yields declined reflecting a dimming growth outlook while bond issuance achieved a record-high in the second quarter of 2022.

Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific 2022

Publication | 24 August 2022

Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific 2022

This publication provides updated statistics on a comprehensive set of economic, financial, social, and environmental measures as well as select indicators for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Data Dashboard

Climate Change Financing at ADB

ADB is committing $80 billion in climate finance cumulatively between 2019 and 2030, and is ensuring that at least 75% of its projects will address climate change mitigation and adaptation by 2030.

  ADB Data Library

The ADB Data Library is the central store for all of ADB's public data. Browse data, view visualizations and interact with APIs.

  Key Indicators Database (KIDB)

KIDB is ADB's central statistical database for macroeconomic and social indicators from across Asia and the Pacific.


AsianBondsOnline is a one-stop source of information on bond markets in emerging East Asia.

Economic Research

ADB analyzes economic and development issues in the Asia and Pacific's developing economies through its flagship publication - the Asian Development Outlook (ADO) series. Research on East Asian local currency bond markets, economic integration, and economic working papers are also available.

Key Messages

  • Growth forecasts are revised down from the projections made in April, to 4.3% for this year and to 4.9% for next year.
  • Inflation in developing Asia, while remaining lower than elsewhere in the world, is increasing amid higher energy and food prices. The regional inflation forecast is raised to 4.5% for this year and 4.0% for next year.
  • Several downside risks loom large. A sharp deceleration in global growth, stronger-than-expected monetary policy tightening in advanced economies, the Russian invasion of Ukraine escalating, a deeper-than-expected deceleration in the People’s Republic of China (PRC), and negative pandemic developments could all dent developing Asia’s growth.​
  • The theme chapter explores how digital entrepreneurship helped keep economies afloat during COVID-19 and how it can become a major engine of growth in the post-pandemic world.​

Economic and Social Statistics: Asia and the Pacific

ADB acknowledges the need for reliable, timely, granular, and integrated data, as well as innovative ways to produce them, to guide economic and social development to ensure that nobody is left behind. To aid in evidence-based policymaking, ADB produces key knowledge resources and partners with statistics agencies in Asia and the Pacific to improve the region's capability to produce effective statistics.

ADB Corporate Data

Data on ADB's operations, projects, project results and performance, internal administration, and financial management; including cofinancing partnerships and climate financing.

Financing Infrastructure

Hefty infrastructure needs of $26 trillion from 2016-2030 means Asia and the Pacific needs to find new ways to attract investment. These could include more private financing, infrastructure bonds, or capturing the value of higher land prices.