Social development and poverty
Tapping and steering the widest possible range of sources of finance is key, including through SDG-focused domestic resource mobilization, capital market engagement, and private sector partnerships.
While there is no playbook on how to restart the travel engine, there are opportunities to streamline measures while respecting practical risk mitigation considerations, PATA CEO Liz Ortiguera says in a blog post.
This report looks at the growth outlook of ASEAN+3 economies in the wake of COVID-19 and examines policy actions to safeguard an inclusive and sustainable recovery.
This report proposes reforms in five key sectors to support the region's COVID-19 economic recovery and drive sustainable, broad-based growth.
Countries should continue surveillance efforts, boost vaccine research and development and manufacturing capability and strengthen regulatory environment and health systems.
Collaboration key to fostering an inclusive recovery for the region.
Avoiding structural issues that plagued the sector a major challenge.
The trade-dependent economies of Southeast Asia are forecast to grow collectively by 4.9% this year and 5.2% in 2023.
Tighter interest rates, widespread unemployment, weak investment prospects, emerging variants, and higher inflation among challenges facing countries.