SICCI stresses importance of gov’t, private sector partnership for economic growth

BY INDY MAEALASIA

THE Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) has emphasized the important relationship between government and private sector in driving economic growth.

Delivering her remarks during the Prime Minister’s Breakfast at the Hertiage Park Hotel yesterday, SICCI Chairlady, Namoi Kaluae highlighted the importance of maintaining the relationship.

“The relationship is fundamentally important for economy growth and one that needs to function beyond political and commercial interest. Government and private sector are two fundamental parts of the economy. And I believe that the strength of the relationship is underpinned by our collective commitment to building this great nation, provide opportunities for our young people and to fully realize our growth potential” she said.

Coinciding with the launching of the Government of National Unity and Transformation (GNUT) 100-Days Program and policy statement, Chairlady Kaluae emphasized the need for collaborative efforts between the government and the private sector to address challenges and capitalize on opportunities for economic growth and development.

Chairlady Kaluae further reiterated SICCI is committed to support the Manele led government in policy dialogue, formation and implementation of their policies priorities.

She added that the private sector is dedicated to building a vibrant and resilient economy that serves the interests of all Solomon Islanders.

“Together, we can build a stronger, more prosperous nation for our future generation” Chairlady Kaluae said.

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