Regional Efforts Related to ASEAN Connectivity
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Regional Efforts | 13 February 2020
Video on Study on MSMEs Participation in the Digital Economy in ASEAN
To learn more, please download the Final Report of Study on MSMEs Participation in Digital Economy in ASEAN.  
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Regional Efforts | 8 January 2020
INFOGRAPHIC: ASEAN Sustainable Urbanisation Strategy (ASUS)
Around half of all ASEAN people live in urban areas, and an additional 70 million are forecast to live in ASEAN cities by 2025. ASUS provides the framework to address challenges associated with urbanisation and improve the living standards of our people. ASUS is one of ASEAN’s initiatives under the…
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Regional Efforts | 6 December 2019
Infographic: ASEAN Initial Pipeline of Infrastructure Projects
ASEAN is developing the Initial Rolling Priority Pipeline of Potential ASEAN Infrastructure Projects to accelerate investment in infrastructure projects shortlisted by the World Bank, which will support the movement of people, services, goods and innovation across the region of more than 630 million people. The Pipeline project is a part…
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Regional Efforts | 2 November 2019
Booklets on the Approach & Context and Project Briefs: Initial Pipeline of ASEAN Infrastructure Projects
  To help accelerate investment in infrastructure in the region, the Master Plan on ASEAN Connectivity 2025 (MPAC 2025) recommended the establishment of a rolling priority pipeline list of potential ASEAN infrastructure projects and sources of funds. With the technical assistance of the World Bank and the support of the…
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Regional Efforts | 28 October 2019
Study on Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) Participation in the Digital Economy in ASEAN
As ASEAN advances to become the worlds fourth largest economy by 2030, it is undergoing a transition marked by a demographic shift to a younger population, a rising middle class, and rapid adoption of technology. With many mobile-first markets in the region, ASEAN is expected to see rapid increase in…
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