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Australian ‘aid’ aims to ensure Bougainville subservience

PNG Exposed

The Australian government has already assumed the role of regional sheriff and wants to sit astride a region of compliant states and micro-states. This means other countries markets and resources should be open to foreign capital without barriers such as the muscular protection of landowner rights, or strong environmental laws. 316 more words

Papua New Guinea

Govt moves to stop PNGSDP asset sales


Isaac Nicholas | Post Courier

The national Government has moved to stop the sale and or the disposal of PNG Sustainable Program assets. Attorney-General Kerenga Kua has announced that the Government has, through its Singapore lawyers, filed an application in the Singapore courts on Monday to stop PNG Sustainable Development Program Ltd (PNGSDPL) from disposing of its assets, and to appoint independent receivers to take control of and manage these assets. 279 more words

Papua New Guinea

PNG govt action inappropriate says PNGSDP

Radio New Zealand

The Papua New Guinea government has filed an application in the Singapore courts to stop the PNG Sustainable Development Programme Ltd from disposing of its assets. 120 more words

Papua New Guinea

Paul Barker i toktok long manejim gut ol moni long risosis long PNG

Sam Seke | ABC Radio Australia

Papua New Guinea i save kisim planti moni long ol risosis projek tasol wari nau em i hau long manejim gut ol moni i kam long ol projek olsem. 154 more words

Papua New Guinea

ADB: Ordinary people will not benefit from minerals boom in PNG

PNG to experience record economic growth, concerns over who will benefit
Jemima Garrett | ABC

An Asian Development Bank economist has warned that despite unprecedented economic growth forecast for Papua New Guinea, the gap between rich and poor will widen. 218 more words

Papua New Guinea

Chan: Change will not affect resource owners

If the changes won’t affect resource owners or investors then what is the point of the amendments Mr Chan?

Post Courier

THE proposed changes to the Mining Act 1992 will not affect Papua New Guinean resource owners and investors. 259 more words

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PNG [and Bougainville] miners in Hong Kong meet

Post Courier

In recent years, Papua New Guinea’s mining regulator Mineral Resources Authority (MRA) has been taking a shift in its promotional focus from that of promoting traditional minerals like gold and copper to new minerals such as zink and coal. 249 more words

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