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The global ‘megatrends’ that will influence Papua New Guinea’s future

The accelerated rate of change with technology is constantly throwing up new challenges and opportunities for business. Paul Burman, Megatrends Ambassador for Hewlett Packard, looks at some major technology trends  that might impact Papua New Guinea in the future.
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Papua New Guinea government sets ‘walk away’ date for P’nyang negotiations

ExxonMobil and the government-appointed State Negotiating Team have until the end of January to negotiate an agreement for the P’nyang gas project, says Minister for Petroleum.
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Papua New Guinea’s forestry sector needs to go ‘back to the future’

With the government keen to phase out round log exports, Executive Officer of the Papua New Guinea Forest Industries Association Bob Tate outlines the best strategy for developing the industry.
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Transparency report shines light on Papua New Guinea’s extractive sector

Although the extractive sector continues to be responsible for the bulk of Papua New Guinea’s exports, the latest Papua New Guinea Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative report has found that revenues to government remain comparatively small. Here’s what you need to know.
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Stronger together: why Papua New Guinea should work closely with the Solomon Islands [video]

Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands face similar challenges and opportunities. Atenasi Ata, CEO of the Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry, tells us why both countries are particularly well-placed to do more business with each other.
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