EITI (Extractive Industries
Transparency Initiative)

Papua New Guinea was accepted for candidacy as a member of EITI by its Board on 19th March 2014. PNG has until December 2015 to complete a series of requirements to meet compliance to become an EITI member, which must then be sustained. This is achievable through active cooperation between relevant government agencies, extractive industry participants and firm engagement by civil society.
The Multi-Stakeholder Group (MSG), comprising these 3 stakeholder networks, overseas the process, supported by the Independent Administrator, which was appointed in August 2015.

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PNG Institute of National Affairs is a privately funded, non-profit policy research institute, or "think tank" About 80 companies contributed to its core running and management costs, with some project support from public institutions and foundations.

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FFB Price Formula Review 2013

Palm Oil Pricing Formula Review 2013/4 - FINAL REPORT

An Independent Review was undertaken by accounting/consulting firm KPMG of PNG's Palm Oil Pricing Formula (which forms the basis for smallholder payments to outgrower oil palm producers), together with an audit of the application of the current formula (which has been in operation since the early 2000s). The review was commissioned by OPIC (the Oil Palm Industry Corporation) in 2013, and funded under the World Bank

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Statistics from a recent INA Labour Market Survey indicated that the informal sector vendors in PNG earn more money than people in the formal sector. What should the government do?

A recent INA Labour Market Study indicated that it is challenging to have access to reliable and up-to-date official economic data on PNG. What should the Government do to address this?

All the mainstream media, research institutions, respected citizens and academics in PNG are saying that the economy of PNG is sinking. What should the Government do to save our economy?