Annual Report of the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific

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The Annual Report of the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, monitors regional progress, provides cutting-edge analyses and guides policy discussion on the current and emerging socio-economic issues and policy challenges to support inclusive and sustainable development in the region. It focuses on significant aspects or challenges relevant to the economies of Asia and the Pacific region. It is one of the longest, continuously running reports in the United Nations system.
 
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19 Feb 2015
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    • Introduction and matters calling for action by the Economic and Social Council or brought to its attention
      The Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific held its seventieth session in two phases owing to special circumstances in Bangkok. Phase I was held at the United Nations Conference Centre (UNCC) in Bangkok on 23 May 2014, and Phase II was held at UNCC from 4 to 8 August 2014. The present report is divided into two parts, the first covering Phase I of the Commission session (23 May 2014) and the second covering Phase II (4-8 August 2014); the account of proceedings of the session is contained in a separate document (E/ESCAP/70/35).
    • Organization of the seventieth session (Phase I) of the Commission
      Owing to the special circumstances in Bangkok, the seventieth session was held in two phases. Phase I was held at the United Nations Conference Centre (UNCC) in Bangkok on 23 May 2014, and Phase II was scheduled to be held from 4 to 8 August 2014.
    • Work of the Commission since the sixty-ninth session
      During the period under review, the following intergovernmental meetings and meetings of subsidiary bodies were held
    • Annexes
      The requests contained in the resolutions listed below will have no additional programme budget implications for the approved programme budget for 2014-2015
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