A National Business Forum between the Government and the Private Sector is scheduled next week on September 30 to October 1 at the Warwick Le Lagon.
The 2-day working forum will provide an opportunity for all stakeholders with a vested interest in seeing the economy grow, to engage themselves in an open and honest dialogue, to find common grounds and to plan a sustainable way forward.
Day One of the event will be responding to the post COVID-19 world with intentions of achieving a united understanding of where Vanuatu is now and where it want to be in the future.
Government Ministries that will be partaking on Day One are: Prime Minister’s Office, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Agriculture and the Ministry of Trade.
Day Two will cover an open discussion of where Vanuatu is and where it wants to be in the post COVID-19 world economy, with aims to achieve a united understanding of opportunities, roles and responsibilities to improve and rebuild the economy.
Government institutions that are participating are: Reserve Bank of Vanuatu, Ministry of Trade, Vanuatu Foreign Investment Promotion Agency (VFIPA) and Vanuatu Project Management Unit (VPMU).
The forum will be facilitated by an independent representative and is focused on bringing together the Government and Private Sectors to look into the future of the country’s economy and work on how to develop it.