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Journos focus on economic reporting

By Ropate Valemei
Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Update: 2:30PM MORE than 10 best Business reporters in the Pacific region gathered in Samoa this morning for a workshop that will unveil ways to tackle difficult bits of economic and business reporting.

The Business and Economic Reporting workshop is organised by the Pacific Media Assiatance Scheme (PACMAS).

Workshop facilitator and ABC Radio Pacific Business and Economic reporter Jemima Garrett says the program covers economic forecasting, how to interpret figures on government budgets and business reports.

"Economic reporting is important for the future of any country in the Pacific," Ms Garrett said.

The three-day workshop ends on Thursday.

 





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