Swim or Sink: the predicament of the Fiji economy
In announcing the revised Fiji budget for 2007, the Interim Finance Minister claimed that there was little choice for the economy but to swim, or else it would sink. This survey endorses the Interim Minister's view that the prevailing economic problems are the cumulative outcome of decades of poor economic management but disagrees with his conclusion that the only options are 'swimming' or 'sinking'. Much like the previous three coups, the December 2006 coup exacerbated an economic decline that...[Show more]
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