According to the 2015 and 2016 Gross Domestic Product reports, PNG has a real GDP of 5.3 percent, simply indicating positive activities in the country’s economy.
Gross domestic product is the summary of the total production that took place in an economy in a given period.
Tony Waisa, head of Economics Statistics Division of NSO, revealed that PNG’s economy has performed well with a 5.3 percent growth rate.
“It represents that the country has grown,” explained Waisa.
“That 5.3 percent is good. It’s showing that the country is developing.”