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  • 19
  • Mar

CONCERNS Citizens group, Forum Solomon Islands International (FSII) has praised Our Telekom’s continuous roll out program to the country’s rural communities.

  • 19
  • Mar

The Solomon Island chamber of commerce and industry (SICC) is planning to conduct more provincial visits to every business sectors throughout the country this year.

  • 19
  • Mar

The Enhanced Integrated Framework (EIF), a multi-donor programme which supports the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) in addressing supply side constraints, continues to be an important mechanism for Solomon Islands to boost economic growth through trade and should be maintained in the future.

  • 19
  • Mar

A team from the Solomon Island chamber of commerce and industry (SICCI) recently visited Western province as part of its provincial business outreach program.

  • 19
  • Mar

TOURIST arrivals into the Pacific have been steady.

  • 19
  • Mar

The Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) is hosting the first ever forum on mobile and branchless banking in the Solomon Islands to gauge the current trend of these new forms of banking services in the country.

  • 20
  • Mar

The ministry of commerce, industry labour & immigration through the consumer affairs and price control unit has approved a new standard price list of some imported goods sold in shops around the country.

  • 20
  • Mar

Staff at the consumer affairs and price control unit will engage in a nationwide awareness next week.

  • 20
  • Mar

Pan Oceanic Bank (POB) has described claims by former politician Alfred Sasako in a report yesterday as misleading and false.

  • 20
  • Mar

The newly registered commercial bank Pan Oceanic Bank (POB) will officially unveil its doors in the country mid-May this year.

  • 20
  • Mar

More than twenty (20) local people have been recruited to take up several positions within Pan Oceanic Bank (POB) when it kicks off operation in May.

  • 20
  • Mar

HONIARA City Council (HCC) heads of divisions (HOD) yesterday supports FSII’s call for more education and awareness programs in Honiara communities and schools targeting attitude problems.