Private sector investment targeted to redevelop Papua New Guinea state assets

Some key Papua New Guinea state assets, including the site of Port Moresby's old port, are being readied for redevelopment, with private sector investment being sought. The move is being guided by a new investment strategy from state holding company, Kumul Consolidated Holdings.
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Papua New Guinea’s organically certified vanilla can demand premium prices

To cater for growing global demand for organically-grown vanilla, Madang-based exporter Kamapin is expanding its support for Papua New Guinea's vanilla growers. Business Advantage PNG spoke with Managing Director, Dr Nancy Irwin, about the crop's potential.
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UK businesses to get more exposure to Papua New Guinea produce

Last year, the United Kingdom government used major sporting events like the Commonwealth Games and the Rugby League World Cup to showcase Papua New Guinea coffee. Keith Scott, the UK's High Commissioner to PNG, tells Business Advantage PNG of further plans to encourage more business with post-Brexit Britain.
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How Papua New Guinea can boost its coffee production [analysis]

Papua New Guinea has the potential to become one of the top coffee producers in the world. Deputy Director of the National Research Institute, Eugene Ezebilo, explores what other countries have done to boost their coffee production and how these strategies could be implemented in PNG.
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