A recent paper from the World Bank suggests that a targeted inclusion of women in the workforce would increase economic growth by 26% of global GDP by 2025
The pandemic accelerated the digitalization process already underway in Asia, promising a bright future of consumer-led growth on the continent.
ASEAN is on track to become the world's fourth-largest economy – but public-private cooperation is essential to realize a sustainable and resilient future.
South-East Asia's underperforming SMEs have yet to experience the full benefits of the explosion of digital platforms and services
Asia is home to 55% of the global consumer class. Indonesia, Bangladesh, Pakistan and the Philippines will cause Asia's consumer class to grow even more.
The ASEAN Digital Generation Report, which surveyed 86,000 people from six ASEAN countries about their views for a post-pandemic world, reveals what youth think about their future.
Based on a survey of close to 90,000 respondents from six countries in the South-East Asia region (ASEAN), this report continues to monitor the impact of the pandemic on respondents
Asia could also accelerate its move to lower carbon emissions by ramping up the use of biofuels and coupling natural gas consumption with technologies like carbon capture.
A new set of global tax reforms will change where tech giants pay taxes, resulting in major ramifications for investments hubs across Asia like Singapore.
After huge progress on the disease, malaria cases in Papua New Guinea have increased more than tenfold in five years. But eliminating it is still possible
None of the countries in Central Asia region meet WHO safety limits for small particles. The World Bank offers five ways countries can improve air quality.
The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership could come into force next January. Deborah Elms, Executive Director of the Asian Trade Centre, explains why it’s a big deal.
Technology is helping Cambodia reconnect with the past, eradicate landmines and promote financial inclusion – and address the immediate impact of COVID-19.
Before COVID-19, ASEAN was on track to become the fourth-largest economy in the world. Here's how the region can drive sustainable, resilient growth.
The resilience of Asian economies has reinforced long-term trends that will continue driving China and Southeast Asia’s growth.