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        StatementDepartment of Agriculture, Stock and Fisheries
        PublishersDepartment of Agriculture, Stock and Fisheries
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        LC Classifications1974
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        Paginationxvi, 122 p. :
        Number of Pages83
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        ISBN 10nodata
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        2Research bulletin -- 15.
        3Research bulletin / Department of Agriculture, Stock and Fisheries -- 15

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10 The State That Cannot Absent Itself: New Caledonia as Opposed to Papua New Guinea and Australia John Burton and Claire Levacher Introduction The other contributors to this volume have come to broadly consistent views of the state in the two jurisdictions that are the focus of this book, Papua New Guinea PNG and Australia.

provenance Pacific Institute Digitisation Project Collections. Citizens may not obtain satisfaction that the positions they debate among themselves can be resolved easily, but at least they can be sure they are the same ones that are fought out in the Congress, and in the executive government above that. As a result, we also find a good deal of variation in the capacity and willingness of state and territory governments to closely regulate the activities of extractive companies to minimise social and ecological impacts, and to harness the economic benefits of extraction to provide broad-based development for local project-affected communities and the wider population.

Once received, how should economic returns be shared out: should the state put them into its coffers, or how much should it share with other levels of government, local communities and landowners? Port Moresby: National Strategic Plan Taskforce. Marape prepared poorly for the announcement, with no obvious plan as to what new entity would run the Anthropological research and associated findings in the Markham Valley of Papua New Guinea.

Cash crops ranked by value are coffee, oil, cocoa, copra, tea, rubber, and sugar Trade and investment. DAE Deloitte Access Economics2020. PCIC Philippine Crop Insurance Corporation RFL Rice Farming Loan. Because of the unusual manner in which its institutions of democracy are interlaced, it is possible to suggest that the state, in its territorial form in New Caledonia, cannot absent itself. From among their number, the 11 members of the government elect a president and vice-president.

To prevent this from happening, a 50 per cent stake in SLN was taken out in 1974 by the then state-owned oil company, Elf Aquitaine. 6 MB Adobe PDF 892. Australia Taking a different approach, Australia does not seek government equity in the extractive industries. This triggered a first set of political agreements between loyalists and separatists, the Matignon-Oudinot Accords, negotiated in Paris in May and June 1988.

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The value of this point of comparison is that it helps to highlight some of the structural similarities between PNG and Australia where they might otherwise be rendered invisible or masked by other more seemingly obvious differences, such as state capacity to use mineral wealth for the benefit of the population, as we discuss below.

On the side of compensation and business development grants, where in the 1970s landowners reckoned in the tens of thousands of PNG Kina, in the 1980s they began reckoning in hundreds of thousands of Kina e. Thinking on this ranges from the position that states must attract investors on generous terms to the opposite idea that if foreigners want national resources they should pay as much for them as the market will bear.

Many state governments for instance operate agricultural loan scheme under various names. No one can be sure quite yet.