DCI To Get New Homes By Xmas

A toast for the start of the construction phase of the DCI staff housing project at the ground breaking ceremony at Duran Farm, Nine Mile in Port Moresby on April 5th. (From second to third right) Minister for Commerce and Industry Wera Mori, Housing Minister John Kaupa and Lagaip-Porgera MP Tomait Kapili.

Bio-Security Vital For Trade

FROM RIGHT:
Secretary Andrew Liliura and NARI's Director General Dr. Sergie Bang with his other colleague infront of the Lae Quartermain Hall at NARI where the Poultry BioSecurity Policy Forum took place on May 10, 2018.

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Department of Commerce & Industry Launches Corporate Plan 2018-2022

Minister for Commerce & Industry Mr. Wera Mori (left) and Secretary for Dept of Commerce & Industry (right) launching the plan at the Dynasty Restaurant on November 02, 2018

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Simbu Limestone Project A Reality

The project site is at GOIRI where the Lime resource is located, at the base of Mt. Elimbari in Chuave District, Simbu Province and is where the proposed Lime Plant will be built.

Co-operative Societies To Take Back SME Policy

Minister for Commerce and Industry, Mr. Wera Mori, said that with just a decade to reach the Government’s target of 500, 000 SMEs by 2030, innovative ideas had to be adopted.

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Co-Operative Societies - Brief History In PNG

The Co-operative Societies Movement was introduced in Papua New Guinea in 1947, just after the World War by the Colonial (Australian) Government under a legislation called the Native Societies ordinaries which later became the Co-operative Societies Ordinance (1965).
 
Well over 500 Co-operative Societies were then set up around the country enabling people to plant cash crops, build retail stores of consumer necessities and obtain credit to finance activities of their respective Co-operative Societies.  These were vibrant business organizations which worked well and effectively serviced the rural areas in the 1950’s, 60’s and to some extent the 70’s.
 
The Co-operative Societies Ordinance (1965) was then re- pealed in 1975 by the then House of Assembly which showed the demise of the Co-operative Societies Movement in PNG.  Co-operatives operating at that time were either transformed into companies under the Companies Act, or Business Associations under the Business Groups Act.  Some Co-operatives are still in operation but may well be operating under other names or a different business structure. The Act governing the Co-operatives Societies was again re-enacted in 1981 leading to what is currently called the Co-operative Societies (Amended) Act, 1985.
 

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Promoting Trade, Commerce & Industries in Papua New Guinea.

OUR VISION: To lead the promotion of sustainable economic growth through investment in our renewable resources and preserve the nation’s international trade competitiveness.

OUR MISSION: To create conducive economic environment through Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) to enhance value-adding of our natural resources and services by formulating policy interventions to grow the national economy towards the attainment of Vision 2050.

Promoting Trade, Commerce & Industries in Papua New Guinea.

OUR VISION: To lead the promotion of sustainable economic growth through investment in our renewable resources and preserve the nation’s international trade competitiveness.

OUR MISSION: To create conducive economic environment through Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) to enhance value-adding of our natural resources and services by formulating policy interventions to grow the national economy towards the attainment of Vision 2050.

OUR MISSION: To create conducive economic environment through Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) to enhance value-adding of our natural resources and services by formulating policy interventions to grow the national economy towards the attainment of Vision 2050.