Solomon Islands 2018 budget aimed at restoring fiscal stability
In Santo people are buying Land Cruisers with cash: Matai Seremaiah on ‘kava fever'
Fiji to raise minimum wages
Solomon Islands to graduate from UN’s least developed countries list
Exclusives in this week's issue:
1. ‘Travel Agencies in Europe Mostly Focus on VIP Resorts Not Owned by Ni-Vans’
Honorary Consul to the Netherlands on Vanuatu’s tourism promotion, diplomatic relations and support of West-Papua...
2. ‘We Will Bring Blockchain and New Technologies to Vanuatu’
Foreign Investors to Launch Stock Exchange and ‘Research Institute’ in Vanuatu
Fiji does all it can to protect Fiji Airways from being ‘cannibalised' by foreign airlines: Minister
Van2017 declared 74.3 mln vatu budget surplus after Pacific Games 2017
Tongan businesses angry about extended curfew
Scientific World Talks About Vanuatu After Recent Anthropological Discovery
Full exclusive interview:
IMF economist Chris Papageorgiou on Vanuatu’s economy growth, income tax and what Vanuatu could learn from Mauritius and Maldives
Chris Papageorgiou, Division Chief in the Research Department of the International Monetary Fund, who led the IMF mission visit to Port Vila earlier in 2018, in this exclusive interview for Vila Times explains why Vanuatu needs to diversify its economy, which countries can be used as role models to learn from, and talks about the introduction of income tax and outlook for GDP growth.
Vanuatu kava industry: doors for tudei kava export are open
Cook Islands to discuss business opportunities with NZ’s Māori people
Fiji to establish Kava Council to regulate kava industry
The Marshall Islands removed from EU tax havens blacklist
Vanuatu businesses to be part of Pacific Trade Invest at Pasifika Festival in NZ