Chinese Trade company establishes alliance with Pango community

Children from Pango receive gifts from Shandong Xinhuiyuan International Trade Company Ltd reps (r) and Mr Lionel Kaluat ©. Fern Napwatt
The Shandong Xinhuiyuan International Trade Company Ltd has extended a gesture of friendship to the Pango community. The trade company from Shandong Province, China made a simple sign of generosity when it donated gifts to the children, widows and people in Pango on Friday. It was arranged by Mr Lionel Kaluat. The gifts... more →
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No Fixed Copra Price in Vanuatu

Bags of copra being transported to the wharf on Malekula. Photo: File
by Adorina Massing – The Vanuatu Government, represented by the Director General to the Ministry of Finance and Economic Management (MFEM), has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Santo’s copra buyers on Saturday 15 December 2018 in Port Vila. The MoU stipulates that the subsidy will begin on Monday (yesterday)... more →
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DARD assists kava farmers with poly bags and materials to build nurseries

DARD assists kava farmers with poly bags and materials to build nurseries
DARD assists kava farmers with poly bags and materials to build nurseries Over 400 kava farmers from South Tanna have shown interest in planting more kava, as a result of road development in the Southern part of the island. This was revealed during the handing over of project materials to create kava nurseries. With the initiative... more →
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KTT APEC PNG 2018: KTT Amburadul dan Pinjam Sana-Sini

Malaysian PM defends developing countries
Oelh Dahlan Iskan, diposkan di FB Marinus Yaung Baru sekali ini terjadi. Sebagian peserta KTT APEC tidak tinggal di negara penyelenggara: Papua New Guinea. Sampai jadi bahan guyonan. Wakil Presiden Amerika Serikat misalnya, tinggal di Australia. Demikian juga Sultan Bolkiah dari Brunai. Pagi-pagi mereka terbang dari Australia. Menghadiri... more →
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Alleged Human Trafficking in Vannuatu by Mr. Price Company

Richard Nenua: Mr Price
By Richard M. Nanua and Royson Willie, the Vanuatu Daily Post  The Magistrate Court remanded a Bangladesh couple over what is said to be the biggest human trafficking and slavery case in Vanuatu and the region yesterday. Sekdah Somon and Buxoo Nabilah Bibi – the owners of ‘Mr Price’ in Vanuatu – were arrested and charged... more →
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Vanuatu Prime Minster and Chinese President: One Belt, One Road

One Belt, One Road
Source: The Vanuatu Daily Post In the lead up to APEC meeting in Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu Government signed seven different Memoranda of Understanding and Cooperation Agreements with the Chinese Government. The signing took place in Port Vila on Friday 9 November 2018 and was officially announced by His Excellency Mr Xi Jinping,... more →
Posted in: Asia Oceania

Congratulations: Papua New Guinea and Melanesia are Into the World Politics and Economy

As Port Moresby's Governor Powes Parkop (middle) welcomed his counterpart from Indonesia's Papua province Lukas Enembe (left) in Papua New Guinea's capital, the Indonesian ambassador to PNG, Ronald Manik (right), also made an appearance. Photo: Wanpis Ako
Papua New Guinea’s capital Port Moresby, as the biggest capital city across Melanesia has successfully held the biggest international event in Melanesian history, ‘the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit)”. Peter O’Neill has been famous for his “politics of engagement” approach along... more →
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Malaysian PM defends developing countries

Malaysian PM defends developing countries
Malaysian PM defends developing countries DEVELOPING nations should not be blamed when in their efforts to catch up with developed nations, they end up losing, says Malaysia Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad. He said previous models in trade, economy, governance and politics could no longer be followed. Some nations were still trying... more →
Posted in: Asia Oceania
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