Papua New Guinea’s economy has performed strongly since the mid-2000s. Past high commodity prices and prudent macroeconomic management helped the country avoid a repeat of the declining real incomes and heightened macroeconomic volatility experienced over the preceding decade. The recent emergence of LNG production and export will require a continuation of prudent macroeconomic policy.
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While women are becoming increasingly better educated, they continue to lack access to land, finance and jobs, and much of their work is overwhelmingly undervalued. Watch discussion on addressing gender gaps in employment.Read More »