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Discover Niunet, Papua New Guinea’s exciting education startup

Niunet is a startup company aiming to disrupt the education sector of Papua New Guinea. In an exclusive interview with Business Advantage PNG, Chief Technical Officer David Valentine, talks about his plans after winning in Seedstars, the startup competition for emerging markets.
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Papua New Guinea’s two big super funds on how to improve capital raising

PNG’s superannuation funds are heavily weighted towards cash and government bonds. But many other opportunities could be developed, senior executives of the two big super funds told the 2019 Business Advantage Investment Conference.
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Five questions for Paladin’s Managing Director David Saul and Director Ian Stewart

Paladin Group's Managing Director David Saul and Director Ian Stewart talk to Business Advantage PNG in this exclusive interview about the challenges they have had in PNG, what they have learned and their future plans.
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Exclusive: Wera Mori on foreign investment and special economic zones in Papua New Guinea

In an exclusive interview held at the 2019 Business Advantage Papua New Guinea Investment Conference, Papua New Guinea's Minister for Commerce and Industry, Wera Mori, tells Business Advantage International's Publishing Director Andrew Wilkins it's time for PNG to extend its economic base.
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US$10 billion Papua LNG project to go ‘full steam ahead’ in Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea's Petroleum Minister has announced that the government will honour a gas deal struck with French major Total SA for the US$10 billion Papua LNG project. The project will be the single largest foreign investment in the Pacific country since the advent of the US$19 billion PNG LNG project a decade ago.
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