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19 Nov 2019

Transformative potential of SA/SF

Smart agriculture/smart farming (SA/SF), two terms used interchangeably, makes operations easier and more convenient, especially for the youth, elderly, and women. SA minimizes natural resource degradation [Read More]

14 Nov 2019

Assessment of smart manufacturing needs

The Asian Productivity Organization (APO) and China Productivity Center (CPC) organized a coordination meeting for the research project on Assessment of Smart Manufacturing and Needs of [Read More]

30 Oct 2019

The Asian Productivity Organization (APO) released the APO Productivity Databook 2019, an annual analytical report on recent and long-term productivity and economic performance in the Asia-Pacific. [Read More]

21 Oct 2019

Regulatory policies emphasizing deregulation, privatization, re-regulation, and the creation of independent oversight agencies are viewed as critical by many governments. However, regulatory effectiveness must be evaluated [Read More]

11 Oct 2019

The availability of accessible, affordable rural resources allows many villages in the Asia-Pacific to continue long cultural and regional craft histories utilizing household labor. Handicraft production [Read More]

9 Oct 2019

A new relationship has emerged between the public sector and citizens: services are now designed with citizens in mind and from their perspectives. Citizens in the [Read More]

8 Oct 2019

What happens in agriculture directly affects rural development, and vice versa. The role of agriculture continues to be crucial in all economies by ensuring food security, [Read More]

7 Oct 2019

The APO Agricultural Transformation Framework recommends the assessment of the readiness of member countries to embark transformational initiatives for their agricultural sectors as part of program [Read More]

2 Oct 2019

With the objective of assessing the various models and initiatives adopted by member countries to digitize their public sectors, the APO has started a research project [Read More]

1 Oct 2019

Climate change and extreme weather events, automation, and worldwide political volatility will drive changes in coming decades. However, these changes are difficult, if not impossible, to [Read More]

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