According to the bank's website, "A tentative DO is to support the Government of Papua New Guinea in: (i) implementing the fiscal consolidation agenda, including reve nue reforms and measures to improve efficiency of spending; (ii) strengthening public finance management reforms, including oversight, transparency and accountability; and (iii) undertaking structural reforms, to support growth of the non-resource economy."
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