Solomon Islands - Annual Report 2004

According to the Central Bank of Solomon Islands Annual Report 2004, the economic performance in 2004, although generally positive, highlighted the vulnerability and fundamental structural weaknesses underlying the economy.

The high dependence on the forestry sector not only for government revenues but also as the main driver of growth in external reserves represents a major weakness of the economy. While the security situation has significantly improved and paved the way for increased economic

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