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PNG Border trade to be properly addressed should opposition forms government

Border issues including Trade and business between Papua New Guinea and Indonesia will be addressed, if the Opposition led team forms a new government after the National Election.
Opposition Leader Don Polye said this after visiting the border at Batas for the first time over the weekend.

Mr. Polye added that though there is a total trade of more than three million kina happening at the border, PNG is losing out big, because it is not coordinated and regulated.
He also said that the new government will talk with the Indonesian Government to encourage businesses to build permanent buildings on both sides of the border to allow proper trading and not makeshift shelters as is the case today.

The Opposition Leader was in the province to help campaign for his Triumph Heritage Empowerment Party candidates.
NBC News – statement
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