SINGAPORE, (WORLD BANK) --- Developing countries in East Asia Pacific will see slightly slower economic growth this year, but the pace of growth in the region, excluding China, will pick up next year, as the gradual recovery in high-income economies boosts demand for exports from the region, according to the East Asia Pacific Economic Update released today by the World Bank. Still, developing East Asia Pacific remains the fastest-growing region in the world.
THE country’s national flight carrier Solomon Airlines has marked its 52nd anniversary with the opening of its new travel centre earlier this week.
The Ministry of Forestry and Research (MFR) proposed research centre in Kolombangara Island near Ringi in the Western province will start off early next year.
The Chair of the Melanesian Spearhead Group and Spokesperson of the FLNKS of Kanaky New Caledonia, Mr Victor Tutugoro, congratulated the newly elected 8th President of the Republic of Vanuatu, His Excellency Fr. Baldwin Lonsdale of TORBA Province in Vanuatu.