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    PNG General Election 6m Voters, and In Progress Common Roll

    TechInPacific – The increased poll voters for PNG General Election is seen this year, with participants predicted to reach at least 6 million. According to Electoral Commission Simon Sinai, every year the growth rate of voters increased by 3 percent, and in five years, as seen today, the election rake in 750,000 new voters who […] More

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    NBV IsiMobile New Feature Saves Parents Time 

    TechInPacific – The National Bank of Vanuatu (NBV) has added a new feature for students’ parents in its IsiMobile app. Available in android and downloadable via Playstore, the app allows parents and guardians to send school tuition directly to 470 registered schools at the bank. The Digital Transformation Manager of NBV, Oliver Joshua, states that […] More

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    Rural Farmers and SMEs can now seek a loan for their business

    TechInPacific – The marketing department of Vanuatu Rural Development Bank (VRDB) confirmed the launch of business loans geared toward small businesses and farmers on Monday (10/01). The offered loan ranges from VT50,000 (USD440) up to VT3 million (USD26K), can be repaid in monthly term with a 4% interest rate. Agriculture farmers in livestock, fisheries, and […] More

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    The New Face of Fiji Bureau of Statistics: Maria Musudroka

    TechInPacific – The Fiji Bureau of Statistics has appointed 30-year veteran Ms. Maria Talei Divuyaliyali Musudroka as its new first female-led CEO. Musudroka’s in-depth background in statistics is hoped to bring out the best of policies for the country with clear and accurate statistical information across fields. Her expertise includes statistical compilation, analysis & reporting, […] More

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    U.S Firms with Impressive ICT Proposal will get CBSI Approval and Grant  

    TechInPacific – The Central Bank Solomon Islands (CBSI) is seeking qualified U.S firms to assist in its ICT Modernization Roadmap Project. The task is for the interested firms to design a Technical Assistance (TA) which will be used as the central bank’s blueprint in making complementary reforms and upgrades to its current ICT infrastructure. The central […] More

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    The E-commerce Payment Alternative From Samoans to Samoans

    TechInPacific – A new app developed by Samoan IT & Geospatial startup, SkyEye Pacific, is taking over the country with its similarity with PayPal, but without restrictions to the available payment methods. Billed as MauaPay, the app is accessible to any business owners who owned a website or mobile app and who wish to engage in […] More

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    MiBank Opens Rural Communities Account 

    TechInPacific – The microbank MiBank has partnered with UNCDF to help members of Cocoa and Vanilla group in opening their accounts. The event was held in Maprik where members get to be assisted in account opening, activating mobile banking, and card issuance. The partnership is under Streit Programme PNG, a non profit organization focusing on […] More

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    Winners of Start-up Challenge Revealed

    TechInPacific – Winners from Start-up Challenge hosted by Emstret Space in partnership with Niunet have rolled out two weeks ago, and this only means more exciting development to the startup growth in PNG. From start, Emstret Space has keyed in on inclusivity and growth-friendly environment for business to excel. With this framework in mind, Start-up […] More

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    MiBank Agent Changing Rural Lives

    TechInPacific – The MiBank Agent has launched their service last week to the following areas: Vagiput, Yanget, and Wereman villages. The presence of MiBank Agent in the villages aims to unlock the challenges of depositing residents’ money efficiently and securely. Before the launch, residents have to travel far to Pagwi Station due to theft accidents […] More

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    Samoa PM Discuss Future Investment and Opportunities

    TechInPacific – Samoa still holds the status of COVID-19 free country, a status which only very few countries could bear. For Fiame Naomi Mata’afa, this opens a new door of investment directives into the future. Samoa’s Prime Minister chimed in on the latest move-out from Australian banks from the region, which serves a plate of […] More

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    East New Britain Vendors Struggle With Income During LockDown

    TechInPacific – The lockdown restrictions have affected several market vendors in the East New Britain, Postcourier reports. The vendors, who made their stream of income from fresh seafood, have to temporarily stop their operations in all the main markets in the province.https://www.medicinalmarijuanaassociation.com/medical-marijuana-blog/8uat3zp However, few satellite markets around Kokopo remain open, and all fresh foods seem […] More

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