An ADB study sees airlines recovering 90% of their capacity by the end of 2023, but the path to full recovery will be challenging.
An estimated 155.2 million people in developing Asia–Pacific lived in extreme poverty as of last year, 67.8 million greater than it would have been without the pandemic and the increased cost-of-living crisis
Policymakers, health and social sector planners, and ICT professionals shared lessons and best practices at a training program in Seoul.
This report analyzes how the pandemic has impacted investment in infrastructure in Southeast Asia and assesses how infrastructure development can help drive economic recovery and support sustainable growth.
Tourism officials from Southeast Asia learn about smart tourism technologies in the Republic of Korea.
Narrowing the Development Gap: Follow-Up Monitor of the ASEAN Framework for Equitable Economic DevelopmentThis report uses a broad range of indicators to assess the individual and collective development progress made by ASEAN.
This report reveals strategies to help Southeast Asian countries rebuild a greener, more resilient aviation industry.
Innovative Financing Key to Private Sector Participation in ASEAN+3 Infrastructure Development—ADB ReportASEAN economies need to invest $2.8 trillion in infrastructure through 2030 to sustain economic growth, reduce poverty, and respond to climate change.
Delivering on the Sustainable Development Goals through Solutions at the Energy, Food and Finance NexusThis report shows how cascading crises are pushing the SDGs out of reach of Asia and the Pacific economies.
UNWTO sees visitor arrivals nearing pre-pandemic levels in some regions but notes slow recovery in Asia–Pacific.