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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
Export Development Canada Provides Financing of USD 70 M to Pacific Rubiales
Export Development Canada today announced financing of USD 70 M to Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp., renewing its partnership with the largest private sector publicly traded oil and gas producer operating ...
CORRECTION FROM SOURCE: Export Development Canada Provides Financing of USD 48.5...
This document corrects and replaces the press release that was sent today, July 23, 2014 at 4:30 AM EDT. The amount for financing to Pacific Rubiales was 48.5 M USD, not 70 M USD.
Markets Live: Shares becalmed
The Aussie dollar pushes towards as RBA governor Glenn Stevens talks, while production reports from Oil Search and Western Areas impress.
Markets Live: Eyes on RBA guv
Shares are steady ahead of a speech by governor Glenn Stevens' at 1pm, while production reports from Oil Search and Western Areas impress.
Markets Live: Dollar, shares gain
Stocks inch higher with support from the miners and the Aussie dollar pushes towards after RBA's Stevens fails to talk the currency down.
Their opinion: Give new parents the support they need
The United States is the only developed country without a statutory right for paid leave for mothers of newborn babies. Extended to the rest of the world, the list topped by the U.S. includes only Lesotho, Papua New Guinea and Swaziland.
Australia Stocks Nose Higher Ahead Of China Data
Australian stocks started Thursday higher, but investors appeared cautious ahead of the release of HSBC's preliminary read on Chinese manufacturing, the first Chinese data of the month.
Markets Live: IAG, Lynas spur market
After a weak start the ASX 200 has advanced on the back of earnings optimism from IAG and more buying in Lynas
Markets Live: Wall St to spur ASX
After a weak start the ASX 200 has advanced on the back of earnings optimism from IAG and more buying in Lynas
Markets Live: No jawbone from RBA guv
Shares are becalmed and the Aussie dollar pushes towards as RBA's Glenn Stevens fails to talk the currency down.
 
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