Production value chains in Asia and beyond will be severely affected by the US-PRC trade tensions.
Blog posts on "global value chains"
Four crucial factors can help turn these economies from landlocked into land-linked.
Both global and regional trade integration can affect national exports, and vice versa.
ICT is transforming the services sector in Asia and the Pacific. Still, we need to narrow the digital divide between countries.
Asian policy makers must take proactive steps to turn a nascent upturn into a sustained boom. Missing the opportunity will have enormous costs.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution can empower MSMEs, which account for 90% of all enterprises and provide most employment in ASEAN member states.
A major priority for the North-South Road Corridor has been to ensure it is built for the long-term development needs of the country.
Reinforcing the regional trade-FDI nexus is imperative to promote sustained high and inclusive growth in developing Asia.
The East Coast Economic Corridor will leverage the country’s coastline and ports to connect with global value chains.
Short-term gains will not guarantee long-term benefits for an individual economy, nor shared prosperity from open trade.