Creating Skills Hubs to Attract Foreign Investment to Papua New Guinea
Business development is once more at the forefront of the agenda for Papua New Guinea. After a decade where drought, political instability and violence marred the fortunes of the country, relative stability has encouraged politicians and development experts alike to renew support for business development activities.
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