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08 April 2017


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I would have thought that with such an important issue, the ABG would consider biting the bullet and at least if it could not totally fund such a commission chip in a fair amount. Still seems to be elements of "pie-in-the shy" economics manifesting itself here.

Long denied funds from the PNG government committed in the Bougainville Peace Agreement (see PNG Attitude passim), the ABG has little liquidity. The PNG government's intransigence may soon be a matter for determination in the courts - KJ

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