Papua New Guinea Agriculture Articles & Analysis

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Interviews & Viewpoints | Pedro Celso, CEO, RD Tuna: Interview from The Report: Papua New Guinea 2015

To what extent are the limits of the current vessel day scheme affecting stocks in Papua New Guinea?

What are the major competitive advantages of coffee and cocoa from Papua New Guinea?

Articles & Analysis | PNG works to better manage fishing sources from The Report: Papua New Guinea 2015

Endowed with some of the most bountiful fisheries in the world, PNG’s waters have traditionally supplied abundant amounts of protein- and nutrient-rich food for settlements dotting the country’s 17,000 km of coastline. While seafood remains a key staple for many Papua New Guineans’ diets, the presence of highly sought after catches, such as tuna, prawns, lobster and others,...

Articles & Analysis | Agriculture keeps expanding in PNG from The Report: Papua New Guinea 2015

While overshadowed by energy and mining investments, Papua New Guinea’s agricultural sector is both as a key earner of foreign currency and as a primary employer for many of its citizens. The country’s fertile land makes the sector and its downstream processing and value-added spin-offs the most viable option for absorbing its growing workforce, while continuing to provide...

Chapter | Agriculture & Fisheries from The Report: Papua New Guinea 2015

While overshadowed by energy and mining investments, Papua New Guinea’s agricultural sector is a key earner of foreign currency and a primary employer for many of its citizens. The country’s fertile land makes the sector and its downstream processing and value-added spin-offs the most viable option for absorbing its growing workforce, while continuing to provide potential for the economy in...

A drive to strengthen the cocoa industry in Papua New Guinea is helping local growers draw a line under a difficult few years as rising international demand looks set to aid recovery.