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Honiara businesses feel impact RAMSI downsize

Honiara businesses feel impact RAMSI downsize

Updated 18 October 2013, 12:14 AEDT

The Special Co-ordinator of the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands has denied that scaling down the RAMSI operation is hurting the nation's economy.

Some businesses in the capital, Honiara, say they're feeling the pinch after the withdrawal of the military contingent of RAMSI and the down-sizing of its civilian operations.

Australia Network's Pacific Correspondent Sean Dorney is in Honiara and he says based on what he's been told, some people are already feeling the economic impact.

Presenter: Richard Ewart

Speaker: Australia Network's Pacific Correspondent, Sean Dorney

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