Robust domestic demand in Indonesia and the Philippines contribute to an improved outlook for this year, according to the Asian Development Bank.
Collaborations with Makassar in Indonesia, Penang in Malaysia, Tbilisi in Georgia, and Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia are underway.
Nature-Based Solutions for Flood Risk Management: Revitalizing Philippine Rivers to Boost Climate Resilience and Enhance Environmental StabilityThis case study brief shares insights from pilot projects in the Philippines on how nature-based solutions can strengthen flood risk management in cost-effective ways.
Contactless payments awareness increased to 83%, while use is up to 69%.
New ADB study says rail project will help fill gaps in the labor market by closing the distance between job seekers and job opportunities.
Accelerating EV adoption is expected to help decarbonize the transport sector as well as attract investments.
Advancing a sustainable blue economy entails developing a globally recognized taxonomy, attracting much-needed private capital into blue projects, and generating a healthy project pipeline.
This brochure looks at how providing MSME owners with digital skills has helped grow businesses in the Asia Pacific.
Indonesia and the Philippines are expected to grow faster this year amid increased domestic demand as COVID-19 restrictions are relaxed and borders reopen.
Asia Small and Medium-Sized Enterprise Monitor 2021: Volume II—How Asia’s Small Businesses Survived a Year into the COVID-19 Pandemic: Survey EvidenceThis report examines the experiences of Asia’s MSMEs during the first year of the pandemic and discusses post-pandemic policy actions for MSME development.