Papua New Guinea

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Where are there opportunities to optimise the management, performance and corporate governance of state-owned enterprises (SOEs)?


The outbreak of Covid-19 in the first half of 2020 took an economic toll on countries around the world, with each experiencing the effects slightly differently. In Papua New Guinea the pandemic placed the country’s foreign exchange (forex) reserves under renewed pressure; PNG’s forex flows are primarily linked to commodity markets, many of...


What synergies are expected to arise from the recent agreement between the IPA and the National Superannuation Fund (nasfund)?


Papua New Guinea has an abundance of wealth in hydrocarbons and minerals that provides it with a solid foundation for economic growth, but also leaves the Pacific island nation vulnerable to the volatility of global commodity markets. As such, the government, led by Prime Minister James Marape, is following a long-term economic development...


The onset of a Covid-19-induced global recession has affected both labour markets and financial flows around the world. At the confluence of these two are remittances, which have increasingly been among the top contributors to GDP in many emerging markets over recent decades. The issue is particularly pertinent for the countries located in the...

Interviews & Viewpoints | Ian Ling-Stuckey, Treasurer: Interview from The Report: Papua New Guinea 2020


With the country’s economy following a boom-bust cycle, what policies could be used to hedge against a downturn, especially amid the Covid-19 pandemic?

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