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Friday 23 December 2022 | Written by Matthew Littlewood | Published in Economy, National

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Prices projected to rise
Cruise ship Paul Gaugin passengers enter the port of Rarotonga aboard a ship’s tender. In 2020-21, the Cook Islands economy contracted by more than 20 per cent due to Covid-19 border closures. 22122113

The Cook Islands economy is forecast to have strong growth for the next financial year, but it will be offset by a sharp increase in commodity prices.

The Cook Islands economy is forecast to have strong growth for the next financial year, but it will be offset by a sharp increase in commodity prices.


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