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Immigration, Indonesia, labour issues, Mining, Northern Marianas, oil and gas, Papua, Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu

News from PNG mining conference, detained Papua leader speaks out, Vanuatu’s WTO bid

Highlights from the regional media today

PNG’s Prime Minister says his government won’t use confrontation and obstruction to “have its way”in dealing with foreign investors in the natural resource sector. (Pacnews)

Mining, oil accounts for 80 per cent of PNG’s export income. (The National)

Mineral exploration a costly exercise in PNG (The National)

Bill ratifying Vanuatu WTO accession passes first reading (Radio New Zealand International)

Detained Papua leaders speak out (New Matilda)

Barely 20 percent of CNMI foreign workers submit petitions (Saipan Tribune)



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