Microeconomic Reform in Papua New Guinea: the big challenge
In this year's economic survey of Papua New Guinea, we look at the possibilities for reaching the forms and levels of investment necessary to raise income and employment, and thus accommodate the population growth expected over the next 25 years. By 2029, the population aged 15-29 years will have increased by around one million to 2.6 million. We look at what the present government has done to establish the conditions necessary for income and jobs growth that will satisfy these young people's...[Show more]
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