ISLAMABAD -- The UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) has proposed regional countries a new development strategy aimed at shifting from growth strategies and paradigms based on trade-offs to maximise growth to those which maximise synergies among the three pillars of sustainable development.
What does NDS stand for?
NDS stands for New Development Strategy (various meanings)
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Following a September 21 meeting of Mechel OAO's Board of Directors, the company published a list of assets earmarked for sale due to their inconsistency with the new development strategy.
The finance minister mentioned in his report that the most important challenge facing Sudan's new development strategy following the loss of oil revenues is the stabilization of the economy through diversification of production and curbing inflation.
In China's Rural Development Policy: Exploring the New Socialist Countryside, Minzi Su evaluates the impact of the government's new development strategy.
Kolster said this meeting had provided the visiting delegates with the opportunity to get better acquainted with the new development strategy in Tunisia; the purpose being to enable the bank to provide the necessary support and assistance to Tunisia in accordance with the objectives of the new government.
Qatar plans to spend over $125 billion in the next five years on construction and energy projects and the Opec member's economy should continue powering ahead strongly, its new development strategy showed.
Qatar plans to spend over $125 billion in the next five years on construction and energy projects and the OPEC member's economy should continue powering ahead strongly, its new development strategy has shown.