It is time to establish partnerships and expand to a whole-of-society approach to cope with the disasters and crises that are increasingly threatening developing countries.
The pandemic has highlighted the importance of technology in managing the crisis. Public-private partnerships, coupled with global cooperation, could help us explore technological solutions beyond the earth.
In Asia and the Pacific government and private companies are using digital platforms to address the pandemic. They should also use them to speed their economies into recovery.
How wisely governments cope with current and long-term economic challenges caused by COVID-19 will be an important defining factor for the prosperity of our and future generations.
A harmonized set of industry-wide health and safety protocols are necessary for travel and tourism to recover.
Declining revenues and stuttering economies require that tax administrators in Asia and the Pacific innovate
Rebooting the economy: What countries need to know about COVID-19 testing as they relax restrictions
Experts agree that safely restarting economies hinges on widespread COVID-19 testing. But what does that mean across countries with varying testing capacities?
Governments in Asia and the Pacific must think about two things when restarting their economies: when to do it and how.
The pandemic reinforces the need for reliable energy services to support healthcare. Clean, renewable power is a good place to start.
The production processes and supply chains that feed into the production of masks, gloves and other personal protective equipment must be secured.