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Called Forest City, the $100 billion metropolis will be able to accommodate 700,000 people. That's about 20,000 more than the current population of Washington, DC
The plant, funded by the Ikea Foundation, is the first in the world to be built in a refugee camp and will supply residents free of charge.
To boost productivity in the future, Asian governments will have to implement well-targeted structural reforms today.
As the quality of healthcare has increased during the past century, so too have global life expectancies - but new generations will pay a high price for living longer.
ASEAN - graced with a young, diverse and digitally savvy population - is uniquely placed to benefit from the digital transformation
Thailand in spite of its economic success and one of the most popular global tourist destinations, remains under the clutches of military dictatorship.
Across South-East Asia, civic space is shrinking. Crackdowns on people peacefully exercising their freedoms of assembly and expression have become alarmingly common
Globally, the number of older persons, rising at an unprecedented rate, is forecast to exceed 2 billion by 2050. By then, nearly two-thirds of the world’s older people – close to 1.3 billion – will be living in Asia-Pacific
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