The Nutritional Security Imperative
Global food security can be achieved in the coming years, but equally important nutritional security needs attention, argue Peter Brabeck-Letmathe and Asit K. Biswas.
Asia's problem with wealth inequality
Recent data illustrates a rising crisis of wealth inequality, write Asit K. Biswas and Kris Hartley.
The TPP: win, loss or draw?
The Trans-Pacific Partnership has been a long time coming, but will it be worth the wait ask Asit K Biswas and Cecilia Tortajada.
Enterprise Messaging Apps in Australia
Enterprise Messaging Apps will be the Next Big Thing in Australia’s UC Market, says Frost & Sullivan.
How renewables could power Asia
Hydropower could help the region balance tackling climate change with enabling economic development, argue Cecilia Tortajada and Dogan Altinbilek.
Jordan's dynamic ICT sector
Jordan reaches out to take its ICT sector to the next level writes John West.
Managing the politics of climate change
How countries navigate the politics of climate change will determine their future - and this won't be easy, argue Asit K Biswas and Cecilia Tortajada.
Five Big Technology Predictions into 2016
Technology will be ubiquitous in every aspect of business and everyday living in 2016 says Frost & Sullivan.
Telehealth in Australia
Telehealth will take centre stage in Australia’s Healthcare System says Frost & Sullivan.
APEC needs to boost inclusive growth
When Asia-Pacific Leaders gather in Manila for the annual summit, they should focus their discussions on ways to ensure that more people are part of the growth of the region, according to PECC.
Competition and Convergence in the Industrial Sector
Competition will be a Compelling Force for Convergence in the Industrial Sector. argues Frost & Sullivan.
Great Asian Slowdown
We are now in the midst of the "Great Asian Slowdown", driven by aging populations and the failure to undertake to take structural reforms to boost productivity, argues John West
Benefits of intelligent mobility
Intelligent Mobility to reduce traffic congestion, carbon emissions and accidents, while increasing travel speed, according to Frost & Sullivan.
Why Jordan matters
In the Middle East, there is a little country called Jordan, well known for its ancient site of Petra, though little else. But, Jordan is a country worth more than its weight in gold, writes John West
Social policy challenges of Asia's aging populations
Asian countries face many deep social policy challenges to cope with their rapidly aging populations, writes John West.
Economic costs of Asia's aging populations
Population aging has been imposing great costs on Japan's economy for two decades. This adverse dynamic has already begun hitting China, and will soon be hitting Korea, Thailand writes John West.
East Asia's fading fertility
For better or worse, Japan has led East Asia's development. And this is most evident when it comes to fading fertility, writes John West.
Asia’s Food Supply Weathers California’s Drought
Despite its ongoing struggles with waters, California remains a key supplier of specialty crops to the Asian market, write Asit K. Biswas, Matthew J. Kastner and Cecilia Tortajada.
Australian Aged Care Industry
Australian Aged Care Industry to be More Consumer and Market Driven, says Frost & Sullivan. Seniors will have more choices and higher quality services with the consumer directed care programme.
Korea's shameful demographic drama
Korea is a wealthy country, with a proud Confucian society. And yet half of its senior citizens live in poverty, and suicide among the elderly is rising sharply. Shame on you Korea, says John West.
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