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The Cook Islands’ financial system was praised by the International Monetary Fund at a two-day meeting of Pacific finance ministers and reserve bankers which began on Rarotonga yesterday.

New Cook Islands coins are set to save the government money and add to the country’s national identity.

Cook Islands Minister of Finance Mark Brown was in Australia this week to officially strike the Cook Islands’ new coins, set to be released later this year. 

The Cook Islands Tourism Corporation is investigating emerging markets in China and Japan in an effort to boost visitor numbers during the  traditional off-peak months.  

Standard & Poor's Ratings Services has affirmed its 'B+/B' credit rating for the Cook Islands, saying the country’s economic outlook remains stable. 

PM signs Singapore flights deal

Wednesday February 08, 2017

Yesterday marked another milestone in deepening relations between the Cook Islands and Singapore with the signing of an Air Services Agreement between the two countries.

The internal promotion of Ani Thompson to the role of regional general manager delights staff and stakeholders of the leading Cook Islands boutique resort group.

The government has announced a 25-cent increase to the minimum wage.

The Cook Islands have developed “quite a bit” in terms of disaster-risk recovery and preparedness in terms of financial instruments, says deputy prime minister Mark Brown.

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