The outbreak of the COVID -19 virus and the resulting drop in demand are having a severe impact on Asian economies and, by extension, Asian households.
The digital yuan, a digital currency being developed by the People's Bank of China, could contribute to financial inclusion and financial stability in the People's Republic of China.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the income of all households, regardless of their economic status.
The size of employment tends to have a greater impact on productivity in Asia and Pacific countries, while labor skills have greater emphasis in the European Union.
The outbreak of the COVID-19 virus and the resulting falls in demand due both to uncertainty and policy interventions are having a severe impact on Asian economies and hence on Asian households.
A higher level of financial literacy has strong and positive effects on an individual’s awareness and use of fintech products.
Higher financial literacy is positively associated with a higher likelihood of using fintech services but negatively correlated with holdings of crypto assets.
Carbon dioxide emissions per capita in low- and middle-income Asian nations result in the positive prevalence of lung and respiratory diseases.
Japan must find a new strategy to increase its solar module installation and raise its self-sufficiency ratio in the primary energy supply.
The development of global value chains in Asia and the Pacific has expanded the potential for small and medium-sized enterprises' participation in international trade, including those in landlocked CAREC countries.