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This page is dedicated to Papua New Guinea and contains all insurance and reinsurance related resources including but not limited to list of insurance companies, reinsurance companies, brokers, Surveyors, Loss Adjusters, Risk Managers, Third Party Administrators (TPAs), Local & International Insurance Institutes, Insurance College and Insurance & Reinsurance Regulators. Please remember that this is a collaborative website and if you have any additional information or if you want to add an insurance company which is not listed on this page - you may do so by clicking on 'Add a Company' link on the top of this page. The website shall be updated instantly.

Papua New Guinea: Country Profile

Area: 463,000 sq km (288,000 sq mi)
Population: 7.0 million (October 2012)
Capital city: Port Moresby (pop: 400,000 in the National Capital District)
People: Mainly Melanesian, but some Polynesian and Micronesian, Papuan and Negrito.
Language(s): There are over 820 different languages with English, Pidgin and Hiri Motu the most widely spoken.
Religion(s): PNG's constitution declares that PNG is a Christian country. About 27 % are Catholics, 19 % Evangelical Lutheran, 11.5 % belong to the United Church and the remaining Christians follow the Evangelical Alliance, Seventh-Day Adventist, Pentecostal, Baptist and Anglican churches. Declared Buddhists, Muslims and Hindus each number in the hundreds.
Currency: Kina

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Insurance News Update in Papua New Guinea
Two cyclones may form off Australian coast: weather agency
A cyclone is expected to develop off Australia's northwest later in the week, potentially threatening mining operations, while a second cyclone could hit the east coast, the country's weather agency said on Tuesday. A tropical low is forming south of Indonesia, the Australian Bureau of Meteo...
Tim Wigmore: 10-team World Cup not cricket
If the International Cricket Council ran football, New Zealand would never have gotten anywhere near the 2010 World Cup. Allowing this motley bunch to compete against the world's best would be anathema to the mantra of David Richardson,...
A decade of ensuring a world free from tobacco-related harms
MANILA, 27 February 2015 ? As the World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC) marks a decade of saving lives, WHO in the Western Pacific Region is urging governments and policy-makers to continue efforts to protect all people from tobacco-related harms.
Markets Live: Earnings avalanche
Shares trade higher after an initial stumble, led by the banks on a solid CBA result, while earnings from a slew of companies sees CSL plunge and Domino's fly.
Markets Live: Banks cheer Euro QE
Bank and insurance shares have pushed the ASX into the black in early trade after Europe's QE announcement overnight, outweighing pressure on miners from a slump in the iron ore price.
Markets Live: ASX turns red on CSL
Shares drop after their initial bounce, with CSL and CBA weighing heaviest on the index, while Domino?s soars, as investors digest this morning?s earnings avalanche.
Two Cyclones May Form Off Australian Coast: Reports
A cyclone is expected to develop off Australia's northwest later in the week, potentially threatening mining operations, while a second cyclone could hit the east coast, the country's weather agency s...
High Arctic Grows EBITDA to $49.3 million
High Arctic Grows EBITDA to $49.3 million
 
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