Key Indicators of Developing Asian and Pacific Countries is an annual statistical publication of the Asian Development Bank, presenting the most current statistical data and socioeconomic indicators from 29 of the Bank's developing member countries (DMCs).Key Indicators comprises three parts. Part I presents data that provide a broad perspective on the situation and performance of the Asian and Pacific region in relation to industrialized countries and other developing regions of the world. Part II presents standard socioeconomic data comparableamong DMCs. Part III presents detailed data for each country covered. The 1992 edition of Key Indicators includes coverage of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam and Mongolia, one of the Bank's newest DMCs.Key Indicators is prepared by the Statistics and Data Systems Division of the Asian Development Bank's Economics and Development Resource Center. Data sources for Key Indicators include the governments of the countries covered and a number of international development agencies.