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  • 02
  • Jul

SOLOMON Ports has postponed the 45th Pacific Maritime Transport Alliance Conference it was supposed to host this year to 2021.

  • 02
  • Jul



DEVELOPMENT Bank of Solomon Islands (DBSI) says there are different types of loans that the public can access.

  • 01
  • Jul


The implementation of the Solomon Islands National Provident Fund (SINPF) Exemption Order has expired as of Tuesday. 

  • 01
  • Jul


LOCAL kava farmers from Malaita have their hard work being paid off after selling their kava products to Kubonitu Holding by earning $84,680.00 early this week.

  • 26
  • Jun



The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved $20 million to help the Government of Solomon Islands combat the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and its impact on the country’s economy.

  • 24
  • Jun



SOLOMON Islands National Provident Fund Board (SINPFB) says it has purchased the remaining $60 million of the government’s $120 million COVID-19 development bond on Friday 19 June 2020. 

  • 16
  • Jun


The Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) acknowledges the Solomon Islands Government and its relevant bodies for taking into consideration requests from businesses in regards to travel restrictions and the impacts.

  • 11
  • Jun


THE Development Bank of Solomon Islands (DBSI) Act clearly stipulates the selection process and criteria upon which members of the board of the bank are selected and how loans are processed and approved compared to the previous DBSI.

  • 09
  • Jun


THE first and central on the policy development towards the revitalisation of the Development Bank of Solomon Islands (DBSI) is ensuring that the problem experienced by the previous operation of the bank is not repeated.

  • 02
  • Jun

Solomon Islands companies surveyed by IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, have all experienced an impact from COVID-19 on their businesses, with 89 percent of them experiencing a reduction in demand and 78 percent a reduction in turnover or cash flow.

  • 02
  • Jun


BUSINESSMAN Toata Molea Sunday launched his new gas service called DIDDS GAS near his refueling station next to the Bread Bank head office at Kukum.

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