Reviews the week’s top business stories from the region (dur:15 minutes)
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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.
Wilson Security wants to get out of Australia's asylum seeker processing business; Criticism of PACER Plus continues; PNG encouraged to accept more cruise ships; PNG land being leased not quite by the book.
Pacer Plus talks wrap up in New Zealand, PNG's tax takes shrinks, a new airline between the two Samoas.
Bougainville is unsettled over a gift of Rio Tinto shares, Unions decry their exclusion from PACER PLUS talks and a Cook Islands tourism industry snapshot.
Concern over a trade tiff between Fiji and PNG, Fiji farming challenges after Cyclone Winston, Tonga's controversial Chinese aircraft due back in service, Herbs from Nuie for New Zealand customers.
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