Queensland Government Strenthening Ties with Papua New Guinea and the Pacific
November 22nd, 2022
The Queensland government through the Ministry of Treasurer and International Trade and Investment will be appointing a Queensland Trade Commissioner for the Pacific by next year 2023.
This is part of the Queensland government’s effort in strengthening the trade, economic and relationship that exists between Papua New Guinea and Queensland.
Queensland Treasurer and Minister for Trade and Investment, Cameron Dick made this announcement during his official trip to the country on Sunday, November 12.
He said the establishment of the Trade Commissioners Office in the country is part of their new trade investment strategy for the Pacific that their government will be releasing.
“As part of that we wish to base a business development manager in PNG to work on supporting the relationship and strengthening the relationship that exists between PNG and Queensland,” he said.
“That is part of the AU$150 million trade strategy that will run for 10 years.