APEC Papua New Guinea Co-ordination Authority

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The APEC Papua New Guinea Co-ordination Authority is a statutory authority established through an Act of Parliament to co-ordinate all related meetings and events leading to the hosting of the APEC Leaders’ Meeting in Port Moresby in November 2018. Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation formed in 1989 with an initial 12 member Economies, this number has risen to a total of 21 with members including the USA, Australia and Japan.

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