Pacific Economic Monitor – August 2023: COVID-19 and the Pacific Three Years On
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Pacific economies are bouncing back as tourism recovers and infrastructure projects resume, but inflationary pressures and vulnerability to natural hazards remain downside risks.
This edition of the Pacific Economic Monitor tracks the rebound of some tourism-dependent economies; explores new opportunities from agriculture, digitalization, and fisheries; and analyzes ways to mitigate fiscal risks and support sustainable economic growth. It highlights how policies can better support women entrepreneurs and how strengthening fiscal reserves can help countries recover more quickly from shocks.
- International and Regional Developments
- Country Economic Issues
- Policy Briefs
- Women’s economic empowerment in the Pacific
- Finding Balance 2023: Benchmarking performance and building climate resilience in Pacific state-owned enterprises
- Addressing the paradox of forestry imports amid abundant local resources
- Economic Indicators