Economy/Investment

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Papua New Guinea’s economy remains broadly positive despite slow economic growth forecast for 2020

Economists have cut forecasts for Papua New Guinea's 2020 GDP growth but there is a consensus that the slowing will only prove to be temporary. David James explores three new views of PNG's economy in 2020 and beyond.
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What the future holds for Papua New Guinea’s stock market

What is the future of Papua New Guinea’s stock market? PNGX Chairman David Lawrence believes there is an opportunity to expand the country’s capital markets, while changes to the regulator are also expected. David James explores.
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Fiji and Papua New Guinea should strengthen economic ties, says ANZ economist

Papua New Guinea could be on the cusp of a sustained period of strong economic growth, and Fiji should be seeking closer economic ties, says Kishti Sen, International Economist for the ANZ Banking Group, in an exclusive interview with Business Advantage PNG.
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A tale of two cities: why successful investment in Lae is a boost for Port Moresby

Lae, Papua New Guinea's second-largest city, is again emerging as a key location for investment. Far from drawing investors away from capital Port Moresby, a buoyant Lae could actually be good for both cities, say representatives from the two cities' business chambers.
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