Removing barriers to investment and development
[Introduction]: One of the main aims of the Structural Adjustment Programs in Papua New Guinea has been the removal of barriers to investment and economic development, but while some progress has been made, much remains to be done. Regrettably, hardly any of the financing provided under the Structural Adjustment Program (SAP) has been used to remedy stark deficiencies in the country’s physical infrastructure, such as transport, power and communications. The SAP’s restrictions on public...[Show more]
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