The APO is an intergovernmental organization established in 1961 to increase productivity in the Asia-Pacific region through mutual cooperation. The APO contributes to the sustainable socioeconomic development of the region through policy advisory services, acting as a think tank, and undertaking smart initiatives in the industry, agriculture, service, and public sectors.
The APO is shaping the future of the region by assisting member economies in formulating national strategies for enhanced productivity and through a range of institutional capacity-building efforts, including research and centers of excellence in member countries. It is nonpolitical, nonprofit, and nondiscriminatory.
Contribute to the sustainable socioeconomic development of Asia and the Pacific through enhancing productivity
Inclusive, innovation-led productivity growth in the Asia-Pacific
Sustained productivity growth
Robust innovation ecosystem
Inclusive engagement and shared prosperity