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2011 Trends & Developments e-newsletter

01 September 2011

2011 Trends & Developments e-newsletter

Trends and Developments is a bi-annual e-newsletter produced by the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat based on the Forum Economic Ministers’ Meeting (FEMM) work Programme.

FEMM considers a range of issues impacting on economic development in the region. In this issue Trends and Developments covers, amongst others:

• 2011 FEMM Outcomes;
• Remittances Issues;
• Interest Rate Issues;
• Climate Change Financing;
• SME Financing;
• Financial Inclusion;
• Economic Outlook; and
• Commodity Prices.

To download this issue of Trends and Developments click here.

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