A framework that facilitates the cross-border marketing of managed funds across Asia-Pacific economies is expected to boost job creation and channel more of the region’s savings into investments that promote growth, at lower cost.
Emphasis is on accelerating the sector’s transformation and upgrading, and the pursuit of a modernized development path to improve its social, environmental, and economic benefits.
Ministers Responsible for Mining are in pursuit of greater industry sustainability needed to satisfy long-term demand for metal and mineral resources and achieve higher quality growth across the Asia-Pacific.
The relationship between healthcare companies and physicians is complex, presenting potential conflicts of interest that require oversight.
Better information and communications technology access and service delivery is needed to boost living standards and innovative growth as populations age within the Asia-Pacific and increase pressure on shrinking workforces and budgets.
With global value chains (GVCs) playing a prominent role in the international trading system, integrating SMEs into GVCs brings benefits, but also faces challenges.
Asia Region Funds Passport - A Study of Potential Economic Benefits and Costs, July 2014
Perceptions on the Use of Non-Tariff Measures Within the APEC Region, June 2014
Quantitative Analysis on Value Chain Risks in the APEC Region, May 2014