PNG’s big bills

Papua New Guinea government offices have been able to move back into their premises after temporarily being locked out over non-payment of rent, but the matter had to go to court for that to happen. The National Court ordered locks be removed from four premises while the national government agreed to pay another rent instalment of K30M (US$8.5 million) to its landlords, Nambawan Supa Limited. The agencies affected included the Department of Finance, Department of Treasury . . .

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