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22 May 2011


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Good commentary. However, in my view, we should commend the industry to have proposed such a development in PNG's economic modernisation agenda.

Over the years PNG marine industry has been overexploited by external forces. This is the right time for PNG to seize the opportunity to economise its resources to spur growth.

It is better to develop something and learn from mistakes. Unless this is done we will continue to remain in stagnation.

Mmmm. Perhaps within a salty brine of nickel cobalt de la mer, harnessed fresh from Astrolabe Bay?

Just kidding.

The canned tuna they sell in the trade stores in PNG comes from overseas. The quality is on a par with cat food.

It comprises the dark brown flesh of the fish that even the addition of tomato sauce and other ingredients can't hide. Tastes horrible.

Maybe this new development will mean they can sell decent fish to their own people in PNG.

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