Optimism is returning to Trinidad and Tobago after years of recession. With the IMF forecasting GDP expansion of 1% in 2018 and 0.9% in 2019, the government now has the opportunity to shift their focus from tackling short-term economic problems to implementing long-term reforms and policy initiatives.
Interviews & Viewpoints | Peter Lowing, Partner, Leahy Lewin Lowing Sullivan Lawyers: Viewpoint from The Report: Papua New Guinea 2018
The decision of the Supreme Court – Papua New Guinea Forest Authority vs Minister for Forests PGSC 24 of September 17, 2017 – regarding the question of the taxation powers of the National Parliament represents a significant legal development.
Articles & Analysis | A legal review of PNG's key rules and regulations from The Report: Papua New Guinea 2018
GOVERNMENTS & THEIR POWERS: There are three levels of government in Papua New Guinea: the national, provincial and local-level governments. The constitution and the Organic Law on Provincial Government and Local-Level Government (Organic Laws) regulate the legislative powers of the national,...
Although Papua New Guinea’s macroeconomic slowdown, challenging business climate and falling global commodity prices have weighed on trade and investment in recent years, the country continues to offer high-potential opportunities to investors.
In accordance with its constitution, Argentina is a federal, democratic republic operating with a three-branch government, namely the executive branch, the legislative branch and the judicial branch. The president of Argentina is both the head of state and the head of the government who exercises executive power. Legislative power is vested in...