CPD organizing 9th South Asia Economic Summit (SAES IX) from 15-16 October in Dhaka

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With the theme, “Reimagining South Asia in 2030”, the Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD) is going to organize Ninth South Asia Economic Summit (SAES IX) in Dhaka from 15-14 October. Honorable President of Bangladesh Abdul Hamid will inaugurate conference, where 100 delegates from Bangladesh and 70 delegates from other SAARC countries will participate. Dr. Mustafizur Rahman, Executive Director of CPD shared the details of the conference in a press briefing at Dhaka today.
During the press briefing, Dr. Rahman said, for the sake of a broader connectivity, all routes matter to us. He also said that cross regional and sub-regional cooperation is also important but nothing is beyond the SARRC.
The South Asia Economic Summit (SAES) was conceived as a platform to discuss and debate on the issues perceived as critical to advancing the causes of deepening regional cooperation and integration in South Asia. Five leading thinks tanks of South Asia took the initiative in 2008 to organize the SAES. There were: Centre fro Policy Dialogue (CPD), Bangladesh; Institute of Policy Studies of Sri Lanka (IPS); Research and Information System for Developing Countries (RIS), India; Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI), Pakistan; and South Asia Watch on Trade, Economics, and Environment (SAWTEE), Nepal. It is hoped that initiatives such as the SAES will help to promote regional cooperation and integration in this region and reimagine a prosperous, sustainable and equitable South Asia in 2030.

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