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27 Feb 2019

The Asian Productivity Organization (APO) is working to assist the Republic of Fiji in developing a national productivity master plan to drive long-term socioeconomic gains. In [Read More]

24 Jan 2019

Under the provisions of the Mongolian Food Safety Law 2012, all involved in the primary production of agricultural raw materials must implement Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) [Read More]

18 Dec 2018

The Asian Productivity Organization (APO) along with the Centre on Integrated Rural Development for Asia and the Pacific (CIRDAP), National Productivity Council of India, and Rajiv [Read More]

14 Dec 2018

The Asian Productivity Organization (APO) announced the release of the Cambodia National Productivity Master Plan 2020–2030. The document and recommendations were handed to Cambodia’s Senior Minister [Read More]

11 Dec 2018

Agritourism in Asia has great potential to develop rural economies and contribute to national growth. To give policymakers, senior government officials, and heads of agritourism businesses [Read More]

11 Dec 2018

The service industry plays a vital role in a country’s economy. Thus, the promotion of productivity in the service sector is crucial to sustain growth. As [Read More]

7 Dec 2018

The Asian Productivity Organization (APO) is standardizing capacity-building programs and training courses in member countries. This includes setting up an APO Accreditation Body that will authorize [Read More]

7 Dec 2018

Regulatory reform is important to achieve innovation, inclusive growth, and higher productivity in the Asia-Pacific region. To increase the effectiveness of regulatory reforms and make the [Read More]

27 Nov 2018

Asian Productivity Organization (APO) Secretary-General Dr. Santhi Kanoktanaporn called upon policymakers and public-sector professionals to catch up with technology-driven disruptions and changing business models so that [Read More]

21 Nov 2018

Genetic engineering, automation, and the rise of new political movements worldwide are set to drive changes in coming decades. However, these changes are difficult, if not [Read More]

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