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Asia has made substantial progress on economic development over the past 3 decades, with the quality of institutions playing an important role.
The impacts of climate change, marine pollution, unsustainable fishing, and rapid, unsustainable coastal development are threatening ocean ecosystems and jeopardizing small island nations and other developing coastal economies.
By Peter J. Morgan. Posted July 29, 2022
Asia has seen steady overall progress on financial inclusion, but gender gaps are still growing in some countries.
Regional collaboration can help to alleviate South Asia’s energy security challenges, which have been compounded by rising oil and gas prices, inflation, prospective food deprivation, and food protectionism.
By Anita Barik. Posted July 15, 2022
The limited operation of land ports during the pandemic has increased demand for the transport of goods through railways.
By Dio Herdiawan Tobing. Posted July 6, 2022
Despite more jobs being created in the digital economy, Southeast Asian youth face a lack of preparedness coupled with a drop in employment due to the pandemic.
South Asia is home to a quarter of the world’s population and is extremely susceptible to climate change-induced displacement and migration.
Quantitative easing measures in Southeast Asia helped to alleviate pressure on long-term bond yields and support stability in asset markets.
Governments in developing Asia should adopt practical interventions to maximize the effectiveness of new and existing sources of funding for water and sanitation.
Further research is needed on the risks associated with adaptation measures that can increase current or future vulnerability to climate change.
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