Papua New Guinea : Selected economic indicators (%), Public debt sources

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The 2013 current account deficit is expected to narrow to 15.1% of GDP as reduced LNG capital imports reduce the trade deficit. A rebound in production at existing mines and the ramping up of producti...
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