Improving the reporting system to deter money laundering and the financing of terrorism will make it easier to track down those using the global financial system for nefarious ends, while easing restraints on legitimate trade.
Fostering a culture of inclusion is a highly complex, long-term process. The corporate world and other players in private sector need to do their part to maximize opportunities for all genders.
Expanded access to finance supported by ADB will allow factories to meet international standards so Bangladesh may benefit from this industry in a responsible way.
There is one sector that contributes up to a third of gross domestic product, and is an important source of foreign currency, in many of Asia’s developing countries. It could be deployed to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
The PRC wants to scale up on PPPs that deliver value-for-money, and stand the test of time.
A unique, electronic, standardized ID platform will help Asian SMEs expand operations, join supply chains, and access credit.
Using public-private partnerships, Papua New Guineau is taking innovative approaches to bringing health care to some of its most remote areas.
How Social Enterprises Contribute to Training and Job Creation: Examples from the United Kingdom and Asia
Social enterprises play an important role in building human capital and creating a more inclusive labor market. They also inject new talent into the services sectors that face a growing shortage of appropriately skilled workers.
The pandemic’s long-term effects on how we work and live could accelerate the progress made in recent years on gender equality.
Blockchain fintech needs basic infrastructure to promote transparency and financial inclusion. Here are 3 ways this can be done.