Making it easier for workers to move between countries is key to liberalizing the trade in services and unleashing the benefits it will produce across national and regional economies.
The World Trade Organization’s Trade Facilitation Agreement provides a roadmap for developing economies to increase trade while also increasing the benefits it provides to their citizens.
The global value chains that help drive Asia’s export-driven economic miracle have widespread development impacts. We need to understand them better to maximize the benefits.
Here’s why the perception that skilled migration damages the source country is wrong.
Members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations are working together to encourage the free flow of skilled labor within their countries.
Important changes are underway for Southeast Asia’s relationship with its biggest trading partner, the People’s Republic of China.
Central Asia is improving food safety measures to share with the world some of the more than 8000 plant species, as well as livestock, from the region.
After 500 days of trade conflict, policy uncertainty is growing worldwide and the negative effects are being felt.
Major news events, as well as monetary policy uncertainties in the United States, have a significant impact on Asian currencies, but not in the way that some might expect.
In Central Asia, it once took up to 58 hours and $318 for a cargo truck to cross a border. Countries in the region are working together to streamline the process for goods and services to move across borders.