Digital adoption is fuelling Pacific export growth, and new data from our third export survey shows export confidence remains high.

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“It was a little intimidating pitching; these are international investors and very successful business people. Their feedback has been so valuable …”

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Record amount of bilum sold as the Goroka Bilum Festival celebrates its 10th Anniversary.

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19.0544° S, 169.8672° W

Niue – ‘the rock of Polynesia’ – is one of the world’s smallest island nations. A raised coral atoll at the centre of a triangle of nations made up of Tonga, Samoa and the Cook Islands.

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On a raised coral atoll with a population of 1,600, a family-owned business based in the heart of this tiny island is a horticultural success story.

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“When we engage with fibre we are creating something, but we also participate in the historic traditions of tens of thousands of years. We are not only making art for our soul and for future generations, we are weaving the work of our ancestors.”

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“Tourism will be one of the most important drivers of economic growth in the Pacific over the next decade.”

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For a second year, PTI Australia has hosted a Pacific delegation at Sydney’s International Jewellery Fair to shine a spotlight on the Pacific’s unique aesthetic and the high-end jewellers working in the Pacific Islands.

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Latitude 17.7134° S                  Longitude: 178.0650° E

Fiji formed over 150 million years ago as a result of volcanic activity. According to Fijian legend, the great chief Lutunasobasoba led his people across the seas to the new land of Fiji.

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Foods Pacific Limited is one of Fiji’s largest family-owned private companies. Established in 1980, it has gone from strength to strength, achieving success in both domestic and international markets.

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