APO Productivity Databook 2023 Edition

TOKYO–(ANTARA/Business Wire)– The Asian Productivity Organization (APO) has released the APO Productivity Databook 2023, a comprehensive compilation of productivity statistics and trends in the Asia-Pacific region. It provides detailed analysis of productivity and economic growth patterns, helping stakeholders understand the current landscape and make informed decisions. The databook’s rigorous methodology and data collection standards ensure its reputation as a reliable source for anyone interested in the economic development of Asian countries. This press release contains multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20231205691972/en/
Essential for data-driven decision-making, the APO Productivity Databook assists policymakers, business leaders and researchers in economic planning, benchmarking national productivity against regional and global standards, and identifying growth opportunities and challenges.
Key Highlights of APO Productivity Databook 2023
• Twenty one APO member profiles and five regional profiles with productivity indicators. • Introduces new mechanisms such as Capitalization of Mineral and Energy Resources (MER) and improved assessments of land availability and labor quality. • Economic growth trends: From 2015 to 2021, the economies of the Asia31 (21 APO members and 10 non-members) grew by 4% annually. In 2021, they accounted for 48% of the global economy, compared to the US (16%) and the EU27 (14%). Projections for 2030 indicate that Asia’s global economic share will increase to 53%. • Sectoral analyses: Despite diversification efforts, agriculture, forestry and fisheries still dominate employment in Asia in 2021, accounting for 30% of jobs. Meanwhile, manufacturing emerged as a significant sector, accounting for more than 20% of total value added in 12 Asian countries.
The APO Productivity Databook 2023 is available in digital and print formats and can be accessed and downloaded for free from the link below.
The APO Productivity Database 2023, an online tool that provides productivity data for 31 Asian countries and benchmarks for several economic groups worldwide, has been updated at the link below.
About APO
The Asian Productivity Organization (APO) is a regional intergovernmental organization dedicated to improving productivity in the Asia-Pacific region through mutual cooperation. It is non-political, non-profit and non-partisan. Established in 1961 with eight founding members, APO currently has 21 member economies: Bangladesh; Cambodia; ROC; PG; Hong Kong; India; Indonesia; IR Iran; Japan; ROK; Lao PDR; Malaysia; Mongolia; Nepal; Pakistan; Philippines; Singapore; Sri Lanka; Thailand; Turkey itself; and Vietnam.
APO is shaping the region’s future by fostering the socioeconomic development of its members through national policy advisory services, think tank activism, institutional capacity-building initiatives and knowledge sharing to increase productivity.
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For contact details contact: Digital Information Division, APO: [email protected]; Telephone: +81-3-3830-0411; Website: https://www.apo-tokyo.org.
Source: Asian Productivity Organization

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