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The Papua New Guinea Coffee Industry Corporation with the support of UK Aid (UKTP) and the UN’s International Trade Centre, successfully hosted a Coffee Cupping event with roasters from across the UK, taking advantage of the Kumuls’ participation in the Rugby League World Cup. The event was held in St Helens, UK to tie in with the side’s game against Tonga. The roasters, who were joined by the Minister for

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INDUSTRY CIRCULAR: #06/2022 TO : ALL LICENSED AND NEW COFFEE OPERATORS – 2022FROM : CARETAKER CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICERDATE : 10TH OCTOBER 2022 SUBJECT : SUBMISSION OF LICENSE APPLICATION FOR 2023 OPERATION The Coffee Industry Corporation Ltd conferred with Statutory Functions and Powers under the Coffee Industry Corporation Act 1991 is to carry out coffee research, extension services and regulations of the coffee industry in PNG. As a regulatory and compliance

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Remote Coffee Group Receives Intervention

If you ask a farmer in the flying zones about the struggles they continue to face, you will hear similar stories of people carrying loads of coffee bags and walking days to the nearest airstrip to fly them out. A coffee cooperative group in Middle Ramu of Madang Province is one such group who has received assistance of K50, 000 under the Government’s Coffee Price Support program. Anan Coffee Cooperative

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K500,000 Counter-Funding For Coffee Bridge

Productive Public- Private Partnership is the way forward in providing effective service delivery to the rural populace in any development project. Unggai-Bena District Administrator Jonathan Resis said this when presenting a cheque of K500, 000 counter funding on behalf of Member Hon. Benny Allan to the Coffee Industry Corporation (CIC) on Thursday, April 9 2020. CIC will put in additional K500, 000 to see the construction of this vital bridge

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Planning Minister Sets Priorities For World Bank Funding

PORT MORESBY, MONDAY 24th JUNE 2019 — The Minister for National Planning, Hon Richard Maru, has met with the World Bank and given them clear directions on our priorities for concessional funding in line with our Medium Term Development Plan (MTDP) III priorities last Friday. This follows a visit to Minister Maru by the World Bank Country Director of the Pacific Islands and PNG, Michel Kerf, where they discussed the

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Work Begins On Maprik Coffee Factory Site

The effort to relocate the coffee processing mill from Wewak to Maprik in East Sepik Province has started. Early this month agri-firm Weni and Mandol Investment Ltd started erecting the foundation of a warehouse for the green bean processing factory at Banialla, Ami junction, in the Abiges-Mamblep LLG. This is an initiative of Anton Areka, managing director of Weni and Mandol Investment Ltd, a lead partner of Coffee Industry Corporation’s

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