APEC accelerates e-vehicle transition
Orange is the new Green in Jakarta
India eases processing FDI proposals
Keppel Urban Solutions launched
New eco-friendly resort in Mandai
The Cashew Kingdom of Vietnam
Sheraton Grand Lahore to open in 2021
Belt Road Initiative and Supply Chain
Civil registration and vital statistics
Platform for Geostrategic Collaboration
IFC, TMB support ACLEDA Bank Lao
Singapore retail sales August 2017
ADB, NDB discuss project cofinancing
Jaya Hotels & Residences launched
CPPIB invests in partnership with Keppel
Commodity dependence worsens
More sustainable enterprises and jobs
Odhisa attracts public & private investors
Consumer confidence in Asia high
September data for Hong Kong hotels
The Ritz Carlton, Koh Samui opens
More than 7% increase in air travel
Migrating to opportunity in ASEAN
Bali nears 4 million foreign tourists

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More opportunities for the urban poor
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SINGAPORE - Cities across East Asia and the Pacific – the world’s most rapidly urbanizing region – are not delivering infrastructure, jobs, and services at a pace as rapid as urban development, leading to widening inequalities that may hamper economic growth and lead to social divisions, says a new World Bank report called Expanding Opportunities for the Urban Poor......



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