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Connecting Papua New Guinea’s SMEs to advice they can afford

Getting the right advice can be critical when you run your own business in Papua New Guinea, but it can be hard to find at an affordable price. That’s where Business Link Pacific comes in.

Staking his claim: Kumul Minerals Holdings’ Peter Graham talks exclusively about the mining entity’s future

Peter Graham, Chairman of Papua New Guinea’s state-owned mining company Kumul Minerals Holdings, talks extensively about its plans for the future.

Invest in Me: crowdfunding site encourages Papua New Guinean success

Invest In Me is the first crowdfunding platform developed by Papua New Guineans exclusively for Papua New Guineans.

New K500 million plan to boost Papua New Guinea’s coffee industry

Papua New Guinea’s coffee industry has failed to reach its full potential, but a new plan aims to fix that.

Sustainable Papua New Guinea: PM links progress to UN’s Sustainable Development Goals

COVID-19 may have impacted the progress of Papua New Guinea’s rollout of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, but Prime Minister James Marape has made it clear that sustainability and progress go hand in hand, and business must play a role.

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In brief: Papua New Guinea and Australia sign economic partnership agreement and other business stories

Papua New Guinea and Australia sign economic partnership agreement, seafood venture for New Ireland, and K200 million for SMEs still on its way. The business news you need to kickstart your week.

COVID-19 hits Papua New Guinea’s mining sector

COVID-19 has reached Papua New Guinea’s mining sector, with its two major mines announcing cases. Meanwhile, new measures are being introduced in response to the growing numbers of infections.

Taxing time: Papua New Guinea needs to address ‘volatile revenue’, says ADB

Papua New Guinea has a ‘tax mobilisation challenge’ if it is to deal with the financial challenges resulting from the COVID-19 crisis, according to a new Asian Development Bank report.

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Economy/investment

Sustainable Papua New Guinea: PM links progress to UN’s Sustainable Development Goals

COVID-19 may have impacted the progress of Papua New Guinea’s rollout of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, but Prime Minister James Marape has made it clear that sustainability and progress go hand in hand, and business must play a role.

What the International Monetary Fund is doing in Papua New Guinea

With Papua New Guinea’s government debt set to rise to over 40 per cent of GDP due of the COVID-19 crisis, the International Monetary Fund’s PNG Mission Chief, Scott Roger, explains how the IMF is helping the country get back on a sustainable financial course.

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Boardroom briefing

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Boardroom briefing: female-owned MSMEs hit by pandemic, raising the roof in Canberra, and retail investors take Wall Street on a wild ride

COVID-19 hits women-owned MSMEs hard, high jinx at the PNG High commission, and retail investor rollercoaster in the US. Readings from around the world on business, leadership and management.

Opinion and analysis

Analysis: is phone data getting cheaper in Papua New Guinea?

There has been much enthusiasm about new undersea internet cables in Papua New Guinea and predicted improvements in internet pricing, but is there a real change? Amanda H A Watson, Picky Airi and Moses Sakai analyse the changes in pricing for the first half of the year.

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People moves

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People moves: Geopacific Resources, POMCCI, Newcrest, Coastal Shipowners Association

Geopacific Resources elects a Non-Executive Director, the Port Moresby Chamber of Commerce and Industry (POMCCI) announces its Board composition for 2020 – 2021, Newcrest mining appoints a new Company Secretary.

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Interviews

Staking his claim: Kumul Minerals Holdings’ Peter Graham talks exclusively about the mining entity’s future

Peter Graham, Chairman of Papua New Guinea’s state-owned mining company Kumul Minerals Holdings, talks extensively about its plans for the future.

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Infrastructure

Link PNG swoops: state-owned airline bids for a slice of PNG Air

Air Niugini subsidiary Link PNG has launched a takeover bid for rival domestic carrier PNG Air – via a share acquisition from Nasfund. With the national airline undergoing significant restructuring, what are the prospects for a sustainable aviation sector in Papua New Guinea?

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Company profiles

Invest in Me: crowdfunding site encourages Papua New Guinean success

Invest In Me is the first crowdfunding platform developed by Papua New Guineans exclusively for Papua New Guineans.

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In brief: Papua New Guinea and Australia sign economic partnership agreement and other business stories

Papua New Guinea and Australia sign economic partnership agreement, seafood venture for New Ireland, and K200 million for SMEs still on its way. The business news you need to kickstart your week.

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Features

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Connecting Papua New Guinea’s SMEs to advice they can afford

Getting the right advice can be critical when you run your own business in Papua New Guinea, but it can be hard to find at an affordable price. That’s where Business Link Pacific comes in.

Opinion

Analysis: is phone data getting cheaper in Papua New Guinea?

There has been much enthusiasm about new undersea internet cables in Papua New Guinea and predicted improvements in internet pricing, but is there a real change? Amanda H A Watson, Picky Airi and Moses Sakai analyse the changes in pricing for the first half of the year.