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Papua New Guinea’s state-owned enterprises reveal mixed financial results

Kumul Consolidated Holdings has released the 2018—and 2019 first quarter—financial results for Papua New Guinea's state-owned enterprises. Business Advantage PNG investigates.
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Papua New Guinea’s Stock Exchange plans for debt trading market

PNGX, Papua New Guinea’s renamed stock exchange, has announced proposals to establish trade in government and private debt. It may lead to a significant deepening of the PNG financial system. David James reports.
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SMEs in Papua New Guinea need to develop sound business practices, says Fusion Foundation

Small and medium enterprises (SME) in Papua New Guinea need to hone their business models and proposals to get investors. Business Advantage PNG looks at some of the ideas that the Fusion Foundation, a non-profit entity that supports entrepreneurs, proposes to help SMEs thrive.
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Where to allocate resources to develop Papua New Guinea’s economy

The World Bank and the Papua New Guinea Business Council seem to agree on the areas that need strengthening to help Papua New Guinea's economy thrive. The difference, however, is that one of them also includes the creative industries. David James compares both lists and analyses what they mean for the country and its future.
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Manufacturing and transportation up in Papua New Guinea despite challenges in other sectors

The Bank of Papua New Guinea’s Quarterly Economic Bulletin reports sales were strong in the manufacturing and transportation industries during the September quarter of 2018. But in other sectors revenues were revealed to be either patchy or poor. David James gives us an overview of these sectors.
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