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Lyon on forum sub-committee

Friday May 11, 2018

Stephen Lyon has been elected the private sector representative on the Pacific Islands Forum's Specialist Sub-Committee on Regionalism (SSCR).

American magazine Global Traveler has named the Cook Islands as the best island in the Pacific Rim, for the third time in as many years.

The Cook Islands would welcome discussions with China on how the two countries could potentially explore developing their own trading relationship, says Queen’s Representative Tom Marsters.

Chinese market proves tricky

Friday May 04, 2018

Various challenges are putting a stumbling block against the Cook Islands Tourism Corporation’s aim to fully tap into the burgeoning Chinese tourist market.

The Cook Islands’ moderate per capita income level and relatively low government debt burden support the country’s “B+/B” sovereign credit ratings.

Cook Islands’ inclusion in a list published by Forbes earlier this year of “the 33 cheapest places to travel in 2018” has prompted some discussion online as to whether or not being labelled “cheap” is actually good publicity for the country.

Kora Pearls were one of the big beneficiaries of the Auckland Museum purchasing a “carload” of treasures from the Pasifika Business Market at Pasifika Festival last month.

The government’s total operating revenue and expenditure received as of April 25, 2018 has come in higher than estimated, according to the Pre-election Economic and Fiscal Update (PEFU) 2017/18.

Credit report warns of issues

Monday April 30, 2018

The Cook Islands’ narrow economic base plus the country’s infrastructure shortcomings, an absence of monetary policy flexibility, and information deficiencies, particularly in the external accounts, could weaken the country’s credit quality.

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