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China Railway International in talks with PNG's New Ireland Province Governments

International Builder and Road Construction Company, China Railway International Group has concluded two days of intensive discussions last week Friday, January 12th with the New Ireland Provincial Government represented by the New Ireland Governor Sir Julius Chan and his Technical Team on the planned development of several major impact projects in the Province.

The high level meetings that began in Port Moresby a week earlier among the technical teams from China Railway and New Ireland Province brought the top technical executives from the company represented by the acting Deputy General Manager, Mr. Tony Mu, Business Manager, Mr. Lance Wang, Project Manager, Mr. David Liu and Chief Engineer, Mr. Xiaoming Lin.

According to the PEC Chairman for Transport and Infrastructure, Sammy Missen said the discussions centered on the Provincial Government’s proposed major projects including the New Ireland Government Offices, Kavieng Foreshore development, New Ireland University, Kavieng Sports Stadium and the new Kavieng Market.
The New Ireland Technical Team included the Provincial Administrator, Mr. LamillerPawut, CEO for Works and Infrastructure, Mr. Albert Essau and Director, Jamie Philip, were joined by officers from the Department of Works including the Provincial Manager, Mr. Solomon Pela and Civil Engineer, Mr. Collin Dickson.

Governor Sir J said his Government wants to work with serious partners in developing the Province and change the mindset of New Irelanders and Papua New Guineans by the words of the Chinese Proverb, ”A journey of a thousand miles starts with the first step,” and this is one of the punchlines that the New Ireland Government is taking to develop a truly autonomous province in Papua New Guinea. By Roderick MANDAU | PNGFM

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