SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA (16 December 2019) — The Government of Australia is providing $14 million in additional funding to the Pacific Private Sector Development Initiative (PSDI), with the Asian Development Bank (ADB) also contributing $2 million.
RAROTONGA, COOK ISLANDS (12 December 2019) — A new online registry will help improve the efficiency of doing business in the Cook Islands, making it easier for businesses and individuals to access much-needed finance to help expand and develop their operations and contribute to job creation and incl
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA (4 September 2019) — Commercially oriented state-owned banks can help provide much-needed financing for businesses in the Pacific, but only if they strictly adhere to commercial principles and regulations, says a new Asian Development Bank (ADB) report.
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA (10 May 2019) — Making it easier for women in the Pacific to start businesses and gain formal employment will improve livelihoods and create more open and productive economies, says a recently released book by the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
NUKU’ALOFA, TONGA (21 March 2019) — The largest solar plant in the south Pacific will be built in Tonga through the country’s second commercially financed public-private partnership (PPP) after an agreement was signed in Nuku’alofa today.
HONIARA, SOLOMON ISLANDS (24 January 2019) — Solomon Islands’ new, commercially oriented state-owned enterprise (SOE) policy will help ensure the government’s public investments remain efficient and profitable, says the Asian Development Bank (ADB).