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Richard Maru

Trade Minister

Papua New Guinea

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Welcome to Business Melanesia Magazine

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Lae Port is shaping up to be the South Pacific's biggest industrial city says PNG's Trade Minister, Richard Maru.


Trade Wars: Fiji not buying into PNG Trade Minister Maru noise - Solomon Star

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SUVA, (FIJI SUN) - Fijian Trade Minister Faiyaz Koya is not buying into a new war of words instigated by his Papua New Guinea counterpart, Richard Maru.
Koya, the Minister for Industry, Trade, Tourism, Land and Mineral Resources, was responding to comments made by Maru as the Papua New Guinea Minister for Trade, Commerce and Industry. The Papua New Guinea Post-Courier was amongst Port Moresby news media reporting that during a press conference held in Port Moresby on Thursday, Maru said PNG was putting its foot down, He said this was as Fiji has failed over the last 15 years but particularly in the last five months, to justify their continued refusal to allow PNG goods into their markets. He called Fiji a "dishonorable country" which has failed to honour trade agreements the two countries signed under the Melanesian Spearhead Group trade agreement in 1998. Maru said: "PNG must now take very aggressive trade sanctions against Fiji. One of the main reasons is the prolonged response after it sent a delegation to PNG to conduct a five month import risk assessment on Ox and Palm, rice and biscuits." Maru said while Fiji had agreed to accept PNG's bully beef-Ox-Palm, Trukai Rice and biscuits, this was only for household quantities. This, he said, meant travellers including Papua New Guineans could carry just a little quantity in their bags and not commercial volumes, which PNG was pushing for. "Now this is a huge insult to PNG. We were not interested in this risk assessment because we do not want to bring only household quantities, we want to export large volumes of our products," he said. Maru had threatened that PNG would not sign the new MSG trade agreement with member countries (MSGTA3) and would furthermore, not submit to any agreement that Fiji is a part of. Maru said: "I have submitted a proposal for the government to make tough decisions against Fiji and I expect these decisions will be made in the coming days." Maru argued contrary to the bio-security risks Fiji had been citing for the entry of PNG goods into Fiji, the main reason was (Fiji) was determined to protect its local industries.


Welcome to Business Melanesia Magazine

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Lae Port is shaping up to be the South Pacific's biggest industrial city says PNG's Trade Minister, Richard Maru.


Transaction Law Experts – PNG Takeovers Code amended to introduce new “national interest� test

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The Honourable Richard Maru, Papua New Guinea Minister of Trade, Commerce & Industry, who approved the amendment, was quoted in The National on 5 September 2013 as saying he was dissatisfied with the current position on foreign investment: "It is time the country has to serve the interests of its people and not allow too much control of our resources by foreigners".


PACIFIC BUZZ – A roundup of political and economic news by PiPP and Devpolicy | Pacific Institute of Public Policy

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PNG's Trade Minister, Richard Maru has suggested PNG is considering pulling out of PACER Plus negotiations and would instead focus on the MSG trade agreement.


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