8 Nov 2016

Support for Pacific entrepreneurs could help youth - World Bank

From , 6:02 am on 8 November 2016

The World Bank says changes to business regulation in the Pacific could make it easier for young people to start companies.

Fifty percent of Pacific island people are under the age of 25, and the Bank's, Jonathon Kirkby, says governments are aware of the need to help entrepreneurs and to improve employment opportunities for the region's young.

Mr Kirkby told Ben Robinson Drawbridge that Vanuatu has made the best reforms in the Pacific this year to support business creation.

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