Transporation contact information and other essential items nessary to get from one location to another
Telecommunications in Papua New Guinea is about to make a jump to LTE here in 2016
Information on Cuba’s largest telecom provider
Papua New Guinea is one of the fastest developing countries in the southern hemisphere with an annual GDP of 9% spurred on by huge extrative industries.
Following strong growth in 2015, the first full year of gas production, Papua New Guinea’s economy is forecast to grow by only 4.3% in 2016 and 2.4% in 2017.
Executive summary of future market opportunities in Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinea has a long history of manufacturing, the sector accounts for only around one-tenth of GDP, and output is mostly confined to staple goods bound for the domestic market.
The division maintains a national registry of all companies, associations, business groups and business names in Papua New Guinea.
A list of registration requirements for doing business in Papua New Guinea
This site provides information on the import and export of items when traveling to and from Papua New Guinea