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Small States Matters

Small States Matters focuses on the opportunities and challenges faced by small states in the global economy. Topics cover international finance and capital markets, international trade, the environment, natural disasters, macroeconomic management, and economic and social development. The Commonwealth defines small states as member countries with a population size of 1.5 million people or less. Larger countries – Botswana, Jamaica, Lesotho, Namibia and Papua New Guinea – are designated as small states because they share many characteristics of small states. Thirty-one of the 53 member countries of the Commonwealth are small states.

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