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    Regional cooperation in services trade

    The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) views trade in services as key to achieving regional economic integration since the services sector makes up nearly half of GDP in many member states. Sector liberalization is expected to create a competitive.....

    A strategy to support development  in the Pacific

    Outlining the challenges and potential for increased trade for Pacific economies...

    Benefitting from better aid for trade flows

    Enabling Asia’s most challenged economies to make the most of trade opportunities...

    Crafting economic independence for women.

    Creating sustainable employment through trade in rural villages in Viet Nam, more than doubling the income of thousands of people...

    Making a direct contribution to society in Bangladesh

    The socioeconomic impact of Synesis IT, a leading software developer and IT-enabled service provider in Bangladesh..

    The experiences of countries around the world demonstrate that sound trade policies and public-private dialogue are essential to successful exporting. In Pakistan, sustainable trade expansion is hampered by a lack of training to build a cohort of well-informed.....

    Bhutan’s long-term strategy of controlled tourism with a focus on sustainability and quality has secured the country’s reputation as an exclusive and distinctive destination while ensuring the long-term sustainability of the industry.....

    Although Bangladesh has yet to carve out a significant share of the large and growing market for the offshoring of information technology and business process services, with the assistance of ITC steps are under way to strengthen Bangladesh’s.....