Papua New Guinea: New PM committed to a more redistributive pro foreign-investment policy
In early June, PM O’Neill stepped down before facing an expected vote of no confidence in Parliament. In power since 2011, he was replaced by former Finance Minister James Marape.
Papua New Guinea: Locked in the resource trap
Fundamentals look good and are improving
The resource sector – key sector of the country – has a positive outlook
Persistent foreign ...
Country risk modifications: MLT political risk, Net oil & gas exporters
Dramatic oil price developments have led Credendo Group to review the medium- to long-term political risk classifications for net oil exporters. The ...
Short-term political risk: downgrade from 3 to 4
Though it is expected to record the world’s highest GDP growth this year thanks to a large LNG project, Papua New Guinea’s external liquidity ...
Political turmoil and instability in the run up to uncertain June elections
The political situation is becoming increasingly complex with mounting tensions three weeks ahead of the 23 June general elections. Political ...