According to bank documents, "The proposed operation focuseson two Program Development Objectives, namely i) strengthening fiscal management in the areas of debt management and cash management; and ii) strengthening the foundations for inclusive and sustainable growth through simplifying tax processes, fighting corruption and supporting more efficient payments systems."
Anna Elizabeth Robinson, Economist
Government of Solomon Islands
McKinnie Dentana, Permanent Secretary for Ministry of Finance and Treasury
Ministry of Finance and Treasury
Barnabas VoteChief Economics Officer
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