O’Neill to announce preliminary agreements for Papua LNG and Wafi-Golpu to coincide with APEC Leaders Meeting

The Prime Minister Peter O’Neill has announced that Heads of Agreements will be signed for the Wafi-Golpu mine and Papua LNG project, to coincide with the APEC Leaders Week. In a pep to talk to business last week, he emphasised the benefits of hosting APEC 2018.
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Coffee Industry Corporation proposes new 10-year plan to arrest industry decline

Papua New Guinea's Coffee Industry Corporation is working on a new 10-year strategy. Steven Tumae, General Manager of Industry and Operations at the CIC tells Business Advantage PNG that the new strategy is necessary to address problems in what is a deteriorating industry sector.
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How New Britain Palm Oil turns sustainability into profitability

New Britain Palm Oil has turned its philosophy of sustainable production into profits, according to Ian Orrell, Group Head of Sustainability. Speaking at the Business Advantage PNG Investment Conference in Brisbane, he warned of the need to improve the palm oil industry's global reputation.
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Boosting digital economy key to developing Papua New Guinea’s MSMEs, entrepreneurs tell APEC forum

The development of micro and small and medium sized businesses (MSMEs) in Papua New Guinea requires innovation, cheaper internet access, embracing a digital economy and creating hubs for sharing ideas, entrepreneurs told an APEC discussion forum in Lae. They say without these elements the government’s goal of creating 500,000 SMEs by 2030 will not happen.
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Five questions to Sir Charles Lepani, Director General of APEC 2018

In a little over three weeks, Papua New Guinea will host the annual APEC Economic Leaders Meeting, when 21 world leaders and 10,000 delegates including 2,000 media organisations arrive in Port Moresby. The Director-General of the APEC 2018 Coordinating Authority, Sir Charles Lepani, tells Business Advantage PNG he is confident of a lasting legacy.
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ABAC identifies Papua New Guinea’s fisheries as outstanding growth area

Papua New Guinea has significant opportunities for employment and foreign exchange from its fisheries, but only if it can develop the necessary policies and infrastructure. That was the conclusion from meetings of the APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC).
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US-China trade war creating uncertainty in forestry sector, says Papua New Guinea Forest Industry Association

The forestry sector is keeping a close eye on the US-China trade war, which has created uncertainty in the market, according to Bob Tate, Executive Director of the Papua New Guinea Forestry Industry Association. He told Business Advantage PNG China remains PNG’s dominant export market.
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