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.

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In brief: Papua New Guinea paves the way for Papua LNG, and other business stories

Parliament passed six key pieces of legislation that allow the Papua LNG project to move forward, Australia's Prime Minister cancels his trip to Papua New Guinea and cocoa farmers in East Sepik Province ready to benefit from new project. The business news you need to kickstart your week.
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In brief: Prime Minister Marape commits K50 million to agriculture and other business stories

Marape launched the Agriculture Medium Term Development Plan 2020 -2022 and committed K50 million to the sector, the PNG Electrification Partnership makes progress and Misima gold project takes first steps towards environmental approvals. The business news you need to kickstart your week.
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In brief: Papua New Guinea to make public resource project deals and other business stories

Papua New Guinea set to make resource project agreements public starting 2021, news on Wafi-Golpu and Kina Bank releases its Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook. The business news you need to kickstart your week.
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In brief: Business Council reminds Papua New Guinea government to pay K2.8 billion debt and other business stories

Business Council reminds government of its K2.8 billion debt, Newcrest to be listed on Canada's stock exchange and Papua New Guineans open up about the Zhenhua data breach. The business news you need to kickstart your week
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In brief: Papua New Guinea’s economy has the potential to reach K200 billion in the next 10 years and other business stories

Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister talks business during Independence dinner, Tari Airport reopens and Treasurer Ian Ling-Stuckey on the Central Banking Act. The business news you need to know to kickstart your week.
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