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Opinion: Recent project reviews could be an opportunity for landowner renegotiation

After over three decades, Papua New Guinea's government seems to be speaking a different language: one that calls for greater benefits into government coffers and landowner pockets, says journalist Scott Waide. He explains why resource projects have come under scrutiny recently and what it means for landowners.
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Opinion: Public procurement in Papua New Guinea set for most dramatic reform in decades

Public procurement in Papua New Guinea is set to be subject to the most significant reforms for decades, according to Stephen Massa, Partner and Head of the PNG office for law firm Dentons. The reforms will give preferment to locally-owned suppliers.
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Opinion: Papua New Guinea could provide a model for the developing world says Oil Search MD Botten

Peter Botten, Managing Director of Oil Search, says including communities in the development agenda is a way that resource developers can engage with governments and other stakeholders. He explains that what his company has done in PNG can be a model for other developing countries.
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