With 67 million jobs affected globally, and a staggering revenue loss of $935 billion from international tourism in 2020 alone, the Covid-19 pandemic has been particularly detrimental to the global travel and tourism industry.
The pandemic has had an undeniable impact on our collective mental health.
Happy are those who love to go to court. If the pre-existing standards on unfair competition have been unable to do the job, the newly adopted Law on Competition will and must do the job. But what kind of job?
The Asia-Pacific region is increasingly a “Tale of Two Cities” for young women leaders working to increase gender equality.
This year’s World Food Day finds us at a critical moment. The Covid-19 pandemic remains a global challenge, causing untold losses and hardship.
During the global pandemic, Cambodia’s direct neighbours Thailand and Vietnam have made significant progress in the deployment of new solar technologies, utilising floating and rooftop solar to complement existing power supplies.
Over the last 20 years, a number of thriving technology companies have emerged in China.
A fear of energy inflation is sweeping the world. Prices have jumped not only for oil and natural gas, but also for coal, fanning inflation worries.
On October 10, we celebrated World Mental Health Day. Globally, more than 970 million people live with a mental health disorder, corresponding to more than one in 10 people.
The growing number and share of older persons in Asia and the Pacific represent success stories of declining fertility and increasing longevity; the result of advances in social and economic development.