Southeast Asia is a dynamic region that is home to more than 600 million people. Countries across the region are experiencing rapid economic growth, with many playing key roles in the global economy. This growth is due in part to ambitious economic development plans that prioritize innovation. For example, Indonesia has unveiled the Masterplan for
Southeast Asia is home to nine percent of the global population and is one of the fastest growing economic regions in the world. But to realize its full potential, the region must embrace modern approaches to intellectual property (IP) that encourage investment in innovative ideas. This World IP Day, celebrating the theme “Women and IP:
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Indonesia has achieved significant health milestones, but rising rates of NCDs bring new challenges.
Malaysia can attract new foreign investment and improve health outcomes by better protecting innovation and reducing bureaucratic delays.
Increasing public-private partnerships in the Philippines will bring health care innovation to a rapidly growing population
Health care is poised to become a major economic driver in Thailand in the coming years.
The success of Singapore’s health care system can be attributed to strong policies and an integrated health system.