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SMEs in Papua New Guinea need to develop sound business practices, says Fusion Foundation

Small and medium enterprises (SME) in Papua New Guinea need to hone their business models and proposals to get investors. Business Advantage PNG looks at some of the ideas that the Fusion Foundation, a non-profit entity that supports entrepreneurs, proposes to help SMEs thrive.
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Analysis: Graduates get jobs in formal sector despite tough economic conditions

In a slow economy getting jobs in the formal sector can prove difficult. But Rohan Fox, a Researcher at the Australian National University's Crawford Policy Centre, says his research suggests that graduates of the University of Papua New Guinea do find employment.
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Unitech’s new ‘Uni-City’ development to get underway next year, says Vice-Chancellor

A new development on the Papua New Guinea University of Technology's campus in Lae will give PNG's second city its first shopping mall. Vice-Chancellor Dr Albert Schram tells Business Advantage PNG the plan includes housing, shops, banks and business offices.
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Lae’s Unitech undergoes ‘cultural change’ to produce better qualified students

Albert Schram, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Technology (Unitech) in Lae, tells Business Advantage PNG that the institution is undergoing a broad ‘cultural change’. The aim is to create closer ties with business in order to produce better qualified graduates.
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