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_aWorld Economic Forum
245 1 0 _aASEAN Digital Generation Report
_b: pathway to ASEAN’s inclusive digital transformation and recovery : insight report
_c/ World Economic Forum ; In collaboration with Sea Ltd
260 _aGeneva :
_bWorld Economic Forum,
_cOctober 2021
300 _a31 p.
_b: gráf.
_c; 1 documento PDF
336 _atexto (visual)
337 _aelectrónico
338 _arecurso en línea
520 _aThe report’s survey, conducted with close to 90,000 participants from Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Viet Nam, flags the gaps needed to build a more inclusive and sustainable economy, namely: access to technology, digital skills training for all generations, and measures to enhance online trust and security. The survey’s findings confirm e-commerce’s role as the key driver of growth in the ASEAN region. Wholesale and retail trade sector had the highest proportion of people starting new businesses (50%), while the logistics sector had the highest share of people finding new jobs (36%). Notably, respondents from these two sectors are among those who also reported a decline in income. This could be because when people experienced a fall in income, they started new businesses in the wholesale and retail trade sector to leverage e-commerce opportunities. A majority of respondents have adapted to the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic through significant digital adoption, however, the benefits of digitalization are unevenly spread across the region. Those who are less “digitalized” found further digital adoption less appealing.
650 7 _aEconomía digital
653 _arecuperación económica
653 _adigitalización
653 _aencuestas
653 _aacceso a la tecnología
653 _acapacitación en habilidades digitales
653 _aseguridad en línea
856 4 2 _uhttps://www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_ASEAN_Digital_Generation_2021.pdf
_yAcceso al documento
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