Reviews the week’s top business stories from the region (dur:15 minutes)
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Tongan fruit pickers get sent home from New Zealand, Plans in Fiji to revive the cocoa industry, Asbestos removal in Tonga, Tonga's new postal system is around the corner.
An investment boost in Kiribati promised by a Russian royalist, an organic province planned in Vanuatu, Tonga tourism sets itself new targets.
Palau aims for high-end tourism; CNMI hopes for changes to US foreign labour policy; Plans for a breadfruit industry in Tonga; The Marshall Islands opt for more solar energy.
Palau aims for high-end tourism; CNMI hopes for change to US foreign labour policy; Plans for a breadfruit industry in Tonga, and; The Marshall Islands opt for more solar energy.
Fiji's agriculture takes hit from heavy rain; Land law changes in Fiji unsettle investors; American Samoa loses hundreds of cannery jobs; Niue honey makes a mark in Britain.
Tuna Commission meets in Fiji; Land law changes in Fiji anger foreign owners; Women's network in Solomon Islands.
The PNA wants to tighten access to its fisheries; Resistance in the Cooks to a fisheries deal with the EU; Has the Fiji PM been conned over an app?; More land reforms in Vanuatu.
Landowners in PNG are unhappy at being left out of LNG project; Interest in China's investment bank; Seabed mining worries some in PNG, Tonga starts exporting squash to China.
Fiji's sugar industry gets European Union support; The latest on PNG's Pacific Marine Industrial Zone; Helping women market vendors in Melanesia.
PNG's forestry sector faces tax hike; Fiji sand mining plans; Sand mining also an issue in Samoa; Will coal mining be revived in PNG?.
PNG's budget calls for cuts; Pacific businesses awards in New Zealand; Wellington Pasifika Business Network.
The Northern Marianas want more foreign workers; Reforms help young people get into business; Niue's tourism is expanding; And Tonga keeps relying on fruit imports.
Questions remain in Fiji after the sugar boss quits; Fiji wants to boost food exports to New Zealand; Opposition to a planned restart of phosphate mining in French Polynesia; The Cook Islands would like workers from New Zealand.
Job losses loom in Samoa, tax relief confirmed in Solomon Islands but only for MPs, PNG gets a better cable network, a major cannery in American Samoa will close.
The World Bank gives its outlook for the region; a drive to make use of fishing by-catch; Hawaiian Air explains its seating policy for American Samoa.
The Fiji Roads Authority in a major pay dispute; A call for power link-up at PNG and Indonesia border; A farmer field school in Tonga; And Hawaiian Air irks American Samoa.
PACER-Plus as a geopolitical move; Bougainville's president adamant on the Panguna issue; Curbing the betel nut market in PNG's capital.
The Fiji Australia Business Council meets near Suva; Cooks tourism booming; Is bottled Niue water suited for export; A breadfruit conference in Tonga.
Hopes to keep PacerPlus on track; Snags in rebuilding cyclone-ravaged Fiji; Vanuatu poised to get an income tax; Fijian sailors awaiting vital safety training.
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