Stimulate or stagnate: steering Papua New Guinea’s economy through the COVID-19 crisis

The global economic meltdown that has been triggered by the COVID-19 virus outbreak has hit Papua New Guinea hard. What are the implications for the country’s business and financial sectors?
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How Papua New Guinea’s informal and local economy can get through the COVID-19 crisis

The economic fallout from the coronavirus (COVID-19) is creating havoc across world markets and economies. According to the ratings agency Fitch, Papua New Guinea’s formal economy will be affected, but the story could be different for its informal and local economy.
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Ratings agency reveals how Papua New Guinea will manage its debt

Papua New Guinea's Government is set to rely heavily on concessional finance from multilateral institutions, according to ratings agency Moody’s. The agency is maintaining a B2 rating for PNG debt but has some surprising revelations about the country’s finances.
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Blast from the past: Papua New Guinea’s economy in 2020

The year 2020 looks like being a watershed year for Papua New Guinea, with a number of transformative projects awaiting the green light and a new government seeking to implement an ambitious agenda.
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