$2.5b import bill

PAPUA New Guinea’s national planning minister says the country spends about $US1.25 billion ($F2.5b) on food imports each year, an amount he wants to reduce. Richard Maru said the government was focused on replacing imported food with local produce, making a project on the Sepik Plains high on their list of priorities. The Post Courier […]

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