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PNG Prime Minister, James Marape, has a vision of turning PNG into the “food basket of Asia.” While PNG has developed palm oil, coffee, cocoa and copra export industries, this report argues that expanding into the production of other export commodities is likely to be...
Given the complexity of the coalition, Indonesia’s economic policies in Jokowi’s second term may look like ‘more of the same’. Sustaining growth and maintaining economic stability will be the primary focus.
This report focusses on the vanilla sector in the Cook Islands, Niue and Samoa. The research highlights how the vanilla sector is being developed in these Pacific Island countries and the linkages that are being established to regional and/or international markets.
This draft report makes 30 recommendations to deal with the evident stresses in local government funding and financing, and to better align council and ratepayer interests.
The graduation of Kiribati from Least Developed Country (LDC) status is currently under review. Kiribati has met the formal criteria for graduation, and if this occurs, the Micronesian nation would lose access to the International Support Measures (ISMs) that LDCs are entitled to, including market...
In this speech, delivered to the Trans-Tasman Business Circle Wellington, the Secretary to the Treasury discusses major economic transitions facing New Zealand, including globalisation, technological change, demographic change and environmental change.
This report builds on the work of the first Australian National Outlook report published by the CSIRO in 2015. It is the culmination of two years of sophisticated integrated modelling and the expertise of many of Australia’s business, academic and non-profit leaders, to examine what...
This working paper, which examines the World Bank’s alignment with the commitment to leave no one behind, offers an operational definition for the commitment and devises a set of good-enough indicators of progress for it, which could also be applicable to development cooperation actors.
Community Colleges Australia has produced this report for the NSW Department of Industry, with the aim to ensure that the NSW government can use the capacity of Western Sydney not-for-profit community education providers to support that region’s economic development priorities.
With 110,136 people spread across 33 atolls and 3.5 million square kilometres of ocean, Kiribati faces significant economic and service delivery challenges. In addition to being one of the most vulnerable countries in the world, and one most affected by climate change, other challenges stem...