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ASEAN is poised for post-pandemic inclusive growth and prosperity – here's why

ASEAN is on track to become the fourth-largest economy – but public-private cooperation is essential for a sustainable and resilient future. Image: REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

Joo-Ok Lee

Head, Regional Agenda, Asia-Pacific; Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum

Shaun Adam

Community Lead, Regional and Global Cooperation, Asia-Pacific, World Economic Forum

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