The week's business news in summary. In Brief is sourced from a variety of Papua New Guinea and international media outlets as a service to our readers. Business Advantage PNG makes no claim for the veracity of third party sources.

In brief: Construction of industrial zone in Madang will commence soon, says O’Neill, and other business stories

Proposed K350m Pacific Marine Industrial Zone to start soon, tuna exports to the EU equal that of Thailand and Philippines, and Supplementary Budget to be 'rushed' through parliament next week. Your weekly digest of the latest business news. 
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In brief: Highlands Highway re-opens after a month-long blockade, and other business stories

Normal services along the Highlands Highways resume, coffee exports steady but expected to fall next year, and China approves loan for PMIZ. Your weekly digest of the latest business news.
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In brief: Employment Act review underway, and other business stories

Employment and IR laws under review, Police Commissioner appeals for end to blockade of Highlands Highway, and new Agriculture Minister promises to pursue K20m for coffee borer repair. Your weekly digest of the latest business news.
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In brief: Bank of Papua New Guinea to provide US$100m to ease forex pressure and other business stories

Central bank to ease forex pressures with US$100m, new Lands Minister promises to clean up corruption in his department, and the cost of childhood malnutrition estimated at K1.6 billion annually. Your weekly digest of the latest business news
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In brief: Newcrest Mining reports drop in gold production and other business stories

Newcrest Mining reports drop in gold production, claims tourism can make strong contribution to Papua New Guinea economy and reports that foreign exchange shortage improving. Your weekly digest of the latest business news.
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