New Caledonia: problems and promises- a survey
This survey points to the heavy dependence of New Caledonia on French aid and nickel mining and processing. The main challenges are the diversification of production while minimising disruptions to traditional ways of life, reduction of the role of government, and improvement in the labour market and international competitiveness more generally.
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