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  • 05
  • Jun

THE announced sale of Datec is subject to regulatory approvals but Steamships Trading Company Ltd is confident these can be secured, managing director Geoff Cundle said.

  • 05
  • Jun

A POSITIVE economic outlook typically raises demand for credit as corporations take on loans with the view that they will be able to capture a piece of the more sanguine future growth outlook or profits, says a report released by the ANZ Bank.

  • 05
  • Jun

Eleven Pacific Island nations have been invited to participate in an annual trade exhibition in Melbourne, Australia, later this year.

  • 05
  • Jun

World food prices rose in the first quarter of the year for the first time since their all-time high in August 2012, driven by rising demand in China, drought in the United States and unrest in Ukraine.

  • 05
  • Jun

In my last column, I touched on access to banking services and the power of connectivity.

  • 03
  • Jun

The ministry of communication and aviation is planning to inspect more runways in airstrip around the country.

  • 03
  • Jun

Papua New Guinea is ready to host the 5th Melanesian Festival of Arts and Culture in Port Moresby.

  • 03
  • Jun

The Marshall Islands government has bought a hotel in Majuro and will turn it into a campus for the University of the South Pacific (USP).

  • 03
  • Jun

The United Nations health agency is calling on countries to raise taxes on tobacco to encourage users to stop and prevent other people from becoming addicted to tobacco.

  • 03
  • Jun

After 39 years of Independence, PNG continues to import many goods that can be easily produced locally, says Minister for Trade Commerce and Industry Richard Maru.

  • 03
  • Jun

High flying Papua New Guinea woman, Dame Meg Taylor, is the country’s nominee for the post of the Secretary General of the Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) Secretariat.

  • 03
  • Jun

DOMESTIC economic conditions continue the robustness shown last year and most partial indicators for consumption and investment have shown positive growth, says Reserve Bank of Fiji governor Barry Whiteside.

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