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The Organization of Asia-Pacific News Agencies (OANA) is a non-profit membership association of news agencies from the UN member states in the Asia-Pacific region. 

Formed in 1961 on UNESCO's initiative, OANA promotes and facilitates cooperation among member agencies in order to serve their common interests and help them exchange information and experience.

56 percent of world gross product

The Asia-Pacific countries account for 56 percent of world gross product, some 50 percent of its trade turnover, over 60 percent of its maritime and nearly 25 percent of air transport volume. The world's largest financial reserves and science-intensiv e technologies are concentrated in the Asia-Pacific region.

35 countries

At present, OANA brings together 41 news agencies from 33 countries.
OANA members are responsible for two-thirds of information circulated throughout the world.

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