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Policies being undertaken in the Pacific are helping businesses move from the informal to the formal sector and generate better jobs.
To increase sustainability and inclusiveness of growth, Papua New Guinea and Timor-Leste need to look at ways to improve the quality and efficiency of public spending.
Pacific island countries need to include climate action in national development plans to lessen the economic costs of climate change.
An analysis of tourism data in the Pacific shows the importance of traveler wealth, distance and infrastructure on tourist arrivals.
Explore the policy options being undertaken to improve the challenging labor market in the Pacific.
In the Philippines, targeted cash grants to help poor students finish high school could double their potential income and lift them out of chronic poverty.
Find out why Guangzhou Bus Rapid Transit, Asia's first gold-standard BRT, performs better than most metro systems in the world.
A study shows reducing clearance times at Indonesia's Tanjung Priok port in addition to expanding the port will contribute about 1.1% to gross domestic product.
Indonesia could reduce the impact of a prolonged El Niño by easing food import restrictions and strengthening social protection and food security.