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How can Papua New Guinea fight African swine fever?

With the recent death of more than 300 pigs in the Highlands region from African swine fever, the deadly virus has finally arrived in Papua New Guinea. What can the country and its farmers do to fight it?
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Stimulate or stagnate: steering Papua New Guinea’s economy through the COVID-19 crisis

The global economic meltdown that has been triggered by the COVID-19 virus outbreak has hit Papua New Guinea hard. What are the implications for the country’s business and financial sectors?
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More investment for farmers in Papua New Guinea’s Highlands region

The World Bank and the International Finance Corporation are looking to step up investments in the Highlands. Michel Kerf, the World Bank’s Country Director for PNG and the Pacific Islands, describes to Business Advantage PNG the challenges and opportunities for the region.
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How Papua New Guinea’s informal and local economy can get through the COVID-19 crisis

The economic fallout from the coronavirus (COVID-19) is creating havoc across world markets and economies. According to the ratings agency Fitch, Papua New Guinea’s formal economy will be affected, but the story could be different for its informal and local economy.
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Roads to success: Solomon Islands’ Deputy PM on building new infrastructure

Manasseh Maelanga, the Deputy Prime Minister of the Solomon Islands, says the Pacific country's new government has turned its attention to infrastructure. Measures are being put in place to encourage private sector involvement in roads, ports and industrial townships.
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How Papua New Guinea is faring in the global financial maelstrom

The rapid spread of the coronavirus COVID-19 has disrupted global economic activity and led to a fall in financial markets. But the story is very different for big companies in Papua New Guinea, although there will be some adverse impacts, especially in the oil and gas sector.
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