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Australia’s Pacific Step Up puts Pacific countries in delicate bargaining position

During a visit to the Solomon Islands last month, Australia’s Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, announced a 10-year AUD$250 million (K582 million) package for infrastructure. Kevin McQuillan explores Australia’s Pacific ‘Step Up’ policy. 

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Low-cost solar power kits are lighting up rural Papua New Guinea  

Sola PayGo is a solar power company offering a pay-as-you-go system that is tackling the low levels of electrification in remote parts of Papua New Guinea. Adeshola Ore talks with Chief Executive Sundar Ramamurthy.

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Building a success story in Papua New Guinea: Capital Insurance Group

Regional insurer Capital Insurance Group has been growing rapidly as it develops a strong Pacific footprint. Group Chief Executive Officer Keith Land speaks with Business Advantage PNG about the keys to its success.

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Pacific Towing: to succeed in the Pacific think regionally, act locally

Pacific Towing is mirroring its business model in Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands in Fiji. The company expects to continue its expansion in the Pacific region and is betting in developing local talent to provide solutions for the industry. Sarah Byrne explores.

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LNG price volatility and what it means for Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea must ensure that it is at the front of the ‘queue’ in its LNG projects if it is to adapt to future volatility, according to Dr Fereidun Fesharaki, Founder and Chairman of the oil and gas consulting group Facts Global Energy (FGE). He predicts huge shifts in the oil and gas markets.

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Review of Papua LNG project will solve ‘misunderstandings,’ says Prime Minister

Prime Minister James Marape told the 2nd Speaker’s Investment Summit in Port Moresby last week that the government would move quickly address ‘misunderstandings’ about the US$10 billion Papua LNG project.

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In brief: Papua New Guinea’s Prime Minister appoints twelve Vice-Ministers and other business stories

Prime Minister James Marape has announced the names of his new Vice-Ministers, Air Niugini to take up the Cairns-Hong Kong route via Port Moresby and SP Brewery opens a cassava plant. Your weekly digest of business news.

The challenges of investing in Papua New Guinea agriculture

Papua New Guinea’s agricultural industries have great potential but operators have to learn to fend for themselves. That was the message at the 35th Australia Papua New Guinea Business Forum & Trade Expo in Port Moresby.

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Opinion and analysis

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Opinion: why Papua New Guinean companies need to invest in training

Michael Kingston, Chief Executive of K K Kingston, explores why companies should invest in training.  

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Economy/investment

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The challenges of investing in Papua New Guinea agriculture

Papua New Guinea’s agricultural industries have great potential but operators have to learn to fend for themselves. That was the message at the 35th Australia Papua New Guinea Business Forum & Trade Expo in Port Moresby.

Papua New Guinea’s new cabinet brings optimism to business community

The new cabinet announced by Prime Minister James Marape has many sound choices, according to Paul Barker, Executive Director of the Papua New Guinea Institute of National Affairs. He tells Business Advantage PNG that there is optimism in the business community about the new government. 

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People moves

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People moves: NASFUND, Paradise

NASFUND welcomes a new Chairman and Paradise Company announces Group CEO. 

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Boardroom briefing

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Boardroom briefing: the most important question in a new job, Facebook’s currency and the shale oil in trouble

A Human Resources guru tells us what’s the most important question in a new job, Facebook to launch its own currency, and the US shale oil industry could be in trouble. Readings from around the world on business, leadership and management.

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Interviews

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Four questions for Richelle Tickle, Papua New Guinea Country Manager, Pacific Women Support Unit

With over 80 per cent of Papua New Guinean businesses citing skills shortage as a key constraint to their growth, helping women join the workforce or open their own businesses could put an end to the problem. Richelle Tickle, Papua New Guinea Country Manager, Pacific Women Support Unit, shares with Business Advantage PNG the work that Pacific Women is doing in Papua New Guinea.

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Infrastructure

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Low-cost solar power kits are lighting up rural Papua New Guinea  

Sola PayGo is a solar power company offering a pay-as-you-go system that is tackling the low levels of electrification in remote parts of Papua New Guinea. Adeshola Ore talks with Chief Executive Sundar Ramamurthy.

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Company profiles

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Building a success story in Papua New Guinea: Capital Insurance Group

Regional insurer Capital Insurance Group has been growing rapidly as it develops a strong Pacific footprint. Group Chief Executive Officer Keith Land speaks with Business Advantage PNG about the keys to its success.

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Review of Papua LNG project will solve ‘misunderstandings,’ says Prime Minister

Prime Minister James Marape told the 2nd Speaker’s Investment Summit in Port Moresby last week that the government would move quickly address ‘misunderstandings’ about the US$10 billion Papua LNG project.

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Australia’s Pacific Step Up puts Pacific countries in delicate bargaining position

During a visit to the Solomon Islands last month, Australia’s Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, announced a 10-year AUD$250 million (K582 million) package for infrastructure. Kevin McQuillan explores Australia’s Pacific ‘Step Up’ policy. 

Opinion

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Opinion: why Papua New Guinean companies need to invest in training

Michael Kingston, Chief Executive of K K Kingston, explores why companies should invest in training.