Includes regional and local government, law and military sites located in Papua New Guinea.
Explanation of the objectives and implementation of monetary policy, the rules of exchange controls, and the operation of the government securities market.
List of government officials and their titles, updated weekly. Also includes the head of the central bank, ambassadors to the United States and Permanent Representatives to the UN, New York.
Information on incorporation, including forms.
Contact information and objectives of the department primarily concerned with road construction, bridge construction, and traffic.
Reports annual budgets, archives, and the Monthly Economic Monitor.
Official website of the nation of New Guinea. Information about the country and portal to other government sites.
Complete copies and links to the country's Constitution, along with related background, history and events, provided by International Constitutional Law.
Includes government overview, elections, news and links.
Papua New Guinea’s economic regulator and consumer watchdog. Information about the types of work the Commission does, background of its establishment, its role, functions, powers and objectives.
A weblog on the 2007 Milne Bay elections.
Outlines the political and administrative arms of the Morobe Province in Papua New Guinea. Find maps, government reports, and information about the province.
Information on direct and indirect taxes.
Information about the court system and judge biographies.
An article by economist Christopher Taylor Hnanguie.
Annotated compendium of online sources providing access to primary documents, legal commentary and general government information about specific jurisdictions and topics.
Catalog and search facilities for over 500 databases from 55 countries including case-law, legislation, treaties, law reform reports, law journals, and other materials.
Review of the country's history, politics, leaders and international organizations and treaties. Includes map, constitution, national anthem and pictures of historical flags.
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