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Papua New Guinea and ADB

ADB’s strategy for Papua New Guinea seeks to improve infrastructure and the private sector environment, governance, financial management, service delivery, promote inclusivity, and build resilience.

Latest Country Strategies and Business Plans

The country partnership strategy (CPS) is ADB's primary platform for designing operations to deliver development results at the country level. ADB works with each developing member country to map out a medium-term development strategy and a 3-year country operations business plan (COBP) to implement it.

  • 9 November 2020 | Institutional Document

    Papua New Guinea: Country Operations Business Plan (2021-2023)

    This country operations business plan (COBP) is the first COBP of the country partnership strategy (CPS), 2021–2025 of ADB with the Government of Papua New Guinea (PNG). The CPS features three strategic pathways. The first pathway serves to enable diversified economic growth through improvements to infrastructure, including in transport and energy, and to bolster the private sector—such as micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises—through a more competitive yet transparent business environment, and more ADB-supported private sector transactions.

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