Budget and fiscal policy refers to policy decisions on how to collect revenues (taxation and non-taxation) and then spend those resources. The gap between revenues and expenditures is the budget deficit or surplus. These policy decisions have important implications for PNG’s macro-economic situation.
Following are links to articles written primarily about PNG’s fiscal and budgetary policy.
PNG’s frightening Final Budget Outcome 4 April 2016
From economic boom to crisis management in PNG 5 January 2016
Expenditure in PNG’s 2016 Budget – a detailed analysis 2 December 2015
Budget 2016 – a detailed analysis 1 December 2015
PNG Supplementary Budget – too much, too late? 2 October 2015
PNG’s frightening fiscal figures 5 August 2015