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The complexity of operating in Papua New Guinea (PNG) is often under-estimated by overseas businesses. Strong economic growth has brought ongoing review and reform of regulations and, where land is involved, community consultation is required to obtain a “social license” to operate.
Rely on a team that is familiar with the government's agenda, the decision-makers, the legal framework, and local community leadership.
Members of our team have worked in the public sector, advised on major legislative reform, and assisted with establishing key regulatory bodies.
Partner with a team that regularly deals with statutory authorities and understands how to negotiate the terms of commercial agreements in PNG.
To avoid delays, it is important to have ongoing working relationships with the authorities and know how to communicate with the diverse cultures of the traditional landowners. Having worked on the ground in PNG since the late 1960s, we have built the right relationships to get business done.
We are also policy influencers through our current and past leadership roles at the Institute of National Affairs (PNG), Papua New Guinea Institute of Directors, Australia PNG Business Council, Australia Pacific Islands Business Council, and Foundation for Development Co-operation.
Call on a team recognized by clients for being “knowledgeable, proficient with local practice and procedures and able to get things done quickly.”
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