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Business (1026)

  • 31
  • Mar

SOLOMON Water says it will continue to provide safe clean water and other related services to our valued customers in the midst of the coronavirus threat.

  • 31
  • Mar


GOVERNMENT authorities are currently consulting private sector representatives to put together a stimulus package to relieve any serious impacts on the national economy in view of the current Covid-19 pandemic worldwide.

  • 28
  • Mar

THE Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) has confirmed to provide financial support to members as part of its contributions towards measures to counter the COVID-19.

  • 27
  • Mar


SOLOMON Ports has announced it will completely remove all domestic charges to all local vessels berthing at the Honiara domestic terminal for one month. 

  • 26
  • Mar


The Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) has two new faces on its Board of Directors, following the latest elections of Board Members.

  • 26
  • Mar


The country’s Government Statistician Douglas Kimi says timely and accurate statistical information is key for effective national development and policymaking as well as for poverty assessment and monitoring processes.

  • 20
  • Mar

TWO airlines operating services into Honiara will temporarily suspend their international services into Honiara towards the end of this week.

  • 20
  • Mar

MAKIRA Gold which has been buying sola dried cocoa beans from Makira and Guadalcanal cocoa farmers has opened a chocolate factory in Haberfield in Sydney, Australia.

  • 19
  • Mar

The Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) wish to provide the following updates regarding the Corona Virus/COVID 19 impact on the national economy:

  • 15
  • Mar

The Minister of Lands, Housing and Survey, William Bradford Marau says the re-opening of DBSI will be good for the Makira Ulawa Province’s rural people wanting to develop their resources.

  • 13
  • Mar

At its meeting held on March 12th 2020, the Central Bank of Solomon Islands’ (CBSI) Board adopted an expansionary monetary policy stance for the next six months and aims to support growth in the economy, as inflation is expected to remain within its desired level. This decision was taken considering the expected slowdown in global growth than previously anticipated, moderate growth prospects for 2020 and, risks around this outlook.

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