PSDI helps Pacific countries achieve sustainable and inclusive economic growth by improving their business environments.
Reforms supported by PSDI reduce constraints to doing business, incentivize entrepreneurship and investment, foster new business models, and remove barriers to women’s full participation in the economy. This allows the private sector to formalize and grow, which creates jobs, increases tax revenues, and helps lift people out of poverty.
The Government of Australia is providing $14 million in additional funding to PSDI, with the Asian Development Bank (ADB) also contributing $2 million, to help continue efforts to make it easier for people in the Pacific start and grow their businesses.
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA (16 December 2019) — The Government of Australia is providing $14 million in additional funding to the Pacific Private Sector Development Initiative (PSDI), with the Asian Development Bank (ADB) also contributing $2 million.
RAROTONGA, COOK ISLANDS (12 December 2019) — A new online registry will help improve the efficiency of doing business in the Cook Islands, making it easier for businesses and individuals to access much-needed finance to help expand and develop their operations and contribute to job creation and incl
The Cook Islands now has a modern, online system for the registration and administration of companies, incorporated societies and personal property securities, making it easier to do business and access finance.