The Minister for Public Enterprises, Sir Mekere Morauta, announced today that NEC had approved the appointment of two new members to the IPBC board. They are Mr Michael Koisen, as nominee of the Papua New Guinea Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and Mr Benny Popotai, as nominee of the Papua New Guinea Institute of Directors. […]Read more.
Speech by Mr Thomas Abe, Managing Director of the Independent Public Business Corporation of Papua New Guinea at the launch of the Asian Development Bank’s report titled “FINDING BALANCE: Benchmarking the Performance of State-Owned Enterprises in Papua New Guinea” (Port Moresby, September 13 2012 / 20120912 SP-MD ADB Benchmarking Study) Ladies and gentlemen, let me […]Read more.
The Minister for Public Enterprises and State Investments, Mr Ben Micah, said today he would be looking at the way Singapore manages its state-owned enterprises and investments as a possible role model for Papua New Guinea. “There are a number of aspects of Singapore’s system that I believe may be applicable to Papua New Guinea,” […]Read more.
Speech by Mr Thomas Abe, Managing Director, IPBC, to the PNG Business Advantage Conference (Port Moresby, September 11 2012 / 20120731 PS-SP MD PNG Business Advantage Conf.)… Good morning ladies and gentlemen. Let me acknowledge the speech here yesterday by our new Minister for Public Enterprises and State Investments, the Honorable Ben Micah MP. The Minister made two […]Read more.
The Minister for Public Enterprises and State Investments, Mr Ben Micah, today inspected progress on two projects of national significance in Lae – the expansion of the existing port and the construction of a new tidal basin, berths and container terminal. “These are critical infrastructure projects that will have a huge beneficial impact on Lae […]Read more.
The Minister for Public Enterprises, Mr Ben Micah, said today he had taken decisive steps to revitalise the PNG Rugby Football League in readiness for the big game against the Kangaroos this year and for the World Cup next year. As Minister responsible for Telikom, the sponsor of the Kumuls, Mr Micah said he recognised […]Read more.
Ministerial responsibility for Public Enterprises and State Assets was handed over today at a ceremony, conducted by IPBC Managing Director Thomas Abe, in IPBC’s board room. Former Minister Sir Mekere Morauta formally congratulated the new Minister, Hon Ben Micah MP on his election to Parliament and appointment as Minister. Minister Micah noted that he, Sir […]Read more.
The new Minister for Public Enterprises, Mr Ben Micah, today held meetings with the management of IPBC and the heads of State Owned Enterprises, to familiarise them with the action plans of the new O’Neill Government. Mr Micah emphasised the need for improved levels of service delivery to the people of Papua New Guinea, and […]Read more.
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