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Robert Nemala 🇵🇬 27m
Amidst unnecessary world bash on and domestic public opinion shift against govt mismanagement (corruption), the right time to up the ante is after . The former is playing geopolitical interest while latter is playing politics at time of potential opportunity.
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Global Times Nov 11
The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation ( ) meetings will run from Nov 12 to 18 in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. Photos show an aerial view of the convention centers in Port Moresby.
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devpolicy.org Nov 8
With nearing, today on the blog discusses what many are wandering - will it be a defining event in PNG's history, or one that will haunt the country for years to come? As heads into uncharted waters, we hope it is the former.
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Stefan Armbruster Nov 11
35 refugees and asylum seekers "repatriated" to from Port Moresby ahead of meeting. Via police.
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@420Tasmania Nov 10
'We are suffering here': PNG rolling out APEC red carpet but locals living in poverty
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Albert Schram 2h
The correct comparison is not with what other countries spent in the past, but the opportunity costs of splashing out on in now, while teachers remain unpaid, schools have no chairs and benches, and hospitals have no medicine.
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Sy Anania Nov 11
Permission granted to price that buai
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China Daily 20h
As Papua New Guinea began hosting the weeklong 2018 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation meeting, locals engaged in joint activities with Chinese attendees as a show of hospitality.
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DPP U.S. Mission 56m
Delegation to Port Moresby will highlight Taiwan’s economy expertise and boosting regional technology collaboration, in line with the 2018 theme of "Harnessing Inclusive Opportunities, Embracing the Digital Future"
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Carnival Australia 2h
People in are enjoying the excitement of their country hosting a big international event with the Summit. This group wanted to see the activity for themselves including on the harbour.
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Ben Jackson Nov 6
Papua New Guinea has prioritised ornaments from over local artisanal artefacts for Is the Chinafication of Port Moresby muscle flexing or could it be the zeitgeist of a new era for ?
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Lynne Murphy Nov 10
Replying to @dfat
Let's hope nobody in Pom or locals or refugees die because very sick people were returned to Manus. Poorly equipped Manus' Lorengau hospital already can't cope with health care burden. Shame & Hospital in Port for vacating beds for
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Brendon Mawalu Nov 12
Thank u ya💪💪💪 group back in form in pom...... so 2018 losnegross to stap......💪
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Cristian N ANTONESCU 4h
Commentary: members to draw post-2020 vision together In 1994, members of Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) set a goal of liberalizing trade and investment among the developed economies by 2010...
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Int'l Affairs Forum Nov 10
RT : U.S. officials handling the summit report that they continue to push for liberalizing regional trade in goods/services, building a free and open digital economy, advancing structural reform, and promoting women's economic empowerment.
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Global Times 12h
will be held in Papua New Guinea's capital city of Port Moresby from Nov 12 to 18, with the theme of "Harnessing Inclusive Opportunities, Embracing the Digital Future". Let’s take a closer look at the APEC Leaders' Week in Papua New Guinea.
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Jonathan Barrett Nov 8
An insightful piece by on the currency problems plaguing the host
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Carnival Australia Nov 10
Annabelle & Natasha among hardworking Carnival Australia team helping make 2018 in a resounding success. Pacific Jewel and Pacific Explorer and Sea Princess providing accommodation and conference facilities.
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查尔斯Charles 19h
Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea is ready to welcome in leaders from the Asia-Pacific economies for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Leaders' Week on Nov. 12-18.
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ShanghaiEye Nov 11
Chinese President Xi Jinping will visit Papa New Guinea (PNG), Brunei, and the Phillipines. During his stay in PNG, he will attend the meeting from Nov. 17-18.
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