The region's two main finance hubs are moving quickly to adopt global best practice on sustainable finance. They recognise policy certainty in this area is necessary to drive investment into companies, particularly given Asia's distinct characteristics.
Air pollution levels are emerging on migration checklists as quality of life competes with financial factors in the post-pandemic green recovery.
Global events industry growth post-pandemic requires creative thinking on the part of host cities, event organisers and solution providers. How is Singapore working together with the MICE industry to ensure the successful resumption of meetings, and what can event organisers do to prepare for the new ‘new normal’?
The hybrid events model is not new, but the pandemic has prompted event organisers to reconsider opportunities, trends and value in this marriage of the physical and digital. Nowhere are the possibilities more evident than in Singapore.
As we prepare for the return of business travel, a number of technology innovations in event management may offer a vision of the future for in-person conferences and events. How has Singapore leveraged its tech expertise to find answers to entirely new challenges?
In countries that have committed to supporting public transport, advocates express confidence that systems will continue to provide decent service and adapt to the needs of a post-pandemic world.
The professor and author Yuen Yuen Ang outlines four types of government corruption and the ways they can harm or assist economic growth.
The peak of the epidemic in Taipei and Hong Kong lasted about a month, but ridership lagged significantly for half a year.
This major infrastructure project may or may not solve the city's traffic woes, but it will leave a vibrant fishing community in its wake.
Australia needs to build an extra 50,000 houses each year to meet demand. Current policy is making it awfully hard to do so.
The coronavirus poses a special threat to these poor, dense, underserved communities.