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In Seoul, 90% of landfill-bound wastes were instead used to produce energy enough to heat 518,000 households.
Accessible funds for the industry sector accelerated investments in energy efficiency and enhanced institutional capacities.
Replacing dispersed coal burning with centralized district heating can reduce greenhouse gas emissions and energy consumption.
In the Republic of Korea, large financial firms should lead efforts to support high-risk, high-return intellectual property investments.
Compared to other infrastructure sectors, education needs a different approach to identifying projects for public–private partnerships.
Promoting responsible lending practices on online peer-to-peer platforms builds market trust and deters the need for further regulation.
In Mongolia, project procurement-related reviews helped safeguard a health project from corruption, fraud, and other integrity risks.
The experience of the People’s Republic of China shows that beyond economic growth, an adaptive and cooperative approach can help reduce poverty even at hard to reach places.
Digital finance promises to be an effective means of reaching the unbanked, but its use must be accompanied by consumer information and education.
A study examines how India can increase its trade and investments in the Greater Mekong Subregion by helping small and medium-size enterprises tap into this market.