Private sector investment targeted to redevelop Papua New Guinea state assets

Some key Papua New Guinea state assets, including the site of Port Moresby's old port, are being readied for redevelopment, with private sector investment being sought. The move is being guided by a new investment strategy from state holding company, Kumul Consolidated Holdings.
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Conference catches Papua New Guinea of the cusp of a new era of investment

Investment and partnership opportunities were a focus at this year's 2023 Business Advantage Papua New Guinea Investment Conference in Brisbane, with numbers exceeding pre-COVID levels.
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No hard devaluation of the kina, says Bank of Papua New Guinea Governor

With a new strategy to manage Papua New Guinea's foreign exchange shortages expected soon, the Bank of Papua New Guinea's Acting Governor, Elizabeth Genia, has moved to reassure business leaders that a devaluation of the country's currency is not on the cards.
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In brief: Papua New Guinea’s Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook shows inflation slowing, and other business stories

Papua New Guinea's Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook shows inflation slowing, Airbus wins race to replace Air Niugini fleet, while Securities Commission revokes Melanesian Trustee Services Limited's trustee license. Your business news in brief.
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Work begins on Kumul Petroleum’s world-class fabrication facility in Papua New Guinea

Kumul Petroleum’s plan to manufacture large-scale infrastructure components for major resources projects in Papua New Guinea has taken a major step forward, following the signing of construction contracts for a US$100 million (K358 million) fabrication facility outside Port Moresby.
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