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PNG

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Papua New Guinea. The code is used for transactions to and from Papua New Guinean bank accounts and for international shipping to Papua New Guinea. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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One of the most significant developments in PNG in recent years has been the discovery and development of large LNG fields.
There is no disagreement about one thing: time spent in PNG during this period was formative to many prominent Australians, leaving an indelible mark that continues to inform both professional and personal outlooks.
PNG women's groups say they hope the forum will become an annual event, and the embassy hopes that the women of PNG will take up the torch to make this a reality.
Moreover, the frequent international migration between PNG and neighboring communities with no prior cholera exposure and with vulnerable sanitary conditions heightens the risk for international spread.
Hidden Valley is an open-pit, gold-silver mine and processing plant located in Morobe Province, PNG.
Assistant headteacher Sharon Crawford and higher level teaching assistant Stacey Ogden have organised the work on PNG.
The ANF intends keeping the pressure on both the Australian and the PNG governments to ensure the recommendations are implemented.
52-59) makes a valuable contribution to this important debate whose resolution will impact on further economic and social development in PNG.
PNG operates the LunchNet business networking group, which stages regular get-togethers for business leaders across West Yorkshire.
A recent PNG Government review funded by the World Bank concluded the robber barons are still "as active as they ever were" and they are "not only free to roam, but are in fact encouraged to do so by persons whose proper role is to exercise control over them".
Public debate in Australia about the planned deployment to PNG has been largely confined to opinion writers such as Hugh White from the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, Gerard Henderson and Helen Hughes both from the Centre for Independent Studies, and newspaper editors long on advice but short on experience.
The conflict became one of Bougainvillean against Bougainvillean as well as Bougainvillean against PNG.