A high level of sustainable economic growth is an important development objective for the forum countries. The Pacific Regionalism Framework (2014) recognizes the need for a new inclusive and innovative approach that allows heads of state and government to identify the unmet development needs of their people. Blue Pacific`s story is an opportunity to further demonstrate the value of networking in the Pacific – between traditional knowledge, science and integrated ocean management – and the fundamental link between oceans, trade and economic development. The forum brings together its common values, which guide the whole of political development and implementation, and one of the objectives of deepening regionalism through the development of economic and trade policies (cooperation, integration, improved access to markets (goods, services, labour) and capital/financial. There are many opportunities for the region, including emerging economies in our North, new trade agreements within PACER Plus for trade and investment, and the resumption of existing trade agreements in the region. The Secretariat will work to improve public finance management and diversify sources of financing, support the private sector through its Pacific trade and investment offices (Australia, New Zealand, Japan and China, additional consequences), improve access to private capital, expand the space available for markets between members through existing contracts and the multilateral trading system, increase investment and improve infrastructure in the region. The political work of the Forum secretariat to address these challenges focuses on two main areas of regional trade development and integration and economic policy in terms of advice and representation of interests. The MSG „Two“ trade agreement (MSGTA2) was signed in 2005 by the four parties to PNG. MSGTA2 is one of the most active regional trade agreements and, since 2011, under the chairmanship of Prime Minister, Rear Admiral (Retirement) Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama, the MSG has become a vehicle for progress for the economic well-being of its people. In order to improve trade and economic cooperation with Fiji`s major trading partners, Fiji is a party to a number of trade blocs and trade agreements, including: IIA CARTOGRAPHIE PROJECT The IIA Mapping Project is a cooperative initiative between UNCTAD and universities around the world to represent AI content.