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By Pita Ligaiula in Dakar, Senegal   The Africa, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Council of Ministers has directed the ACP Secretariat to take steps to support member States in negotiating improved bilateral sustainable fisheries partnership agreements with the European Union (EU).   The council said issues regarding fisheries subsidies and special differential treatment are to be pursued in the post-Nairobi work programme of » read more
 
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ACP-EU partnership to be aligned to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
01:33 am GMT+12, 02/05/2016, Senegal
The Co-Presidents of the ACP-EU Joint Council of Ministers conveyed their full support for a process to bring the world’s longest-standing North-South cooperation framework into line with the globally adopted Sustainable Development Agenda towards 2030.   Following the 41st Read more

ACP Council ends with bolstered commitment to Leader’s Summit, firm stance on trade
African, Caribbean and Pacific Ministers concluded their 103rd session at the King Fahd Palace
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Increasing productivity is key to revive economic growth and support the 2030 Agenda in Asia-Pacific, says UN
As nations begin implementing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the next phase of A
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Six Pacific islands ratify the Paris Climate Accord
Six Pacific islands ratify the Paris Climate Accord APIA, 27 APRIL 2016 (SPRE
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Tuvalu, a trust fund nation
By Elena Gooray, Pacific Standard Magazine Tuvalu — the
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ADB signs grant agreement to help Nauru boost fiscal sustainability
01:30 am GMT+12, 02/05/2016, Nauru
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Government of Nauru signed agreements today to provide a combined US$3.8 million in grants to help Nauru strengthen its fiscal sustainability.     This includes a US$2 million grant from ADB’s concessional Asian Development Fund and a Read more

Fiji banks warn of interest rise, delays as consumers celebrate
The Association of Banks in Fiji (ABIF) has expressed disappointment at the passage of the Fai
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ANZ and Westpac lead PNG loan plan
The two Australian banking pillars that boast outposts in Papua New Guinea find themselves rig
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Vanuatu refuses Air New Zealand's 'one off' charter flight request
Vanuatu's Minister for Public Utilities and Infrastructure Jotham Napat has directed the c
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Central Bank and ANZ warn of rising fraud and money transfer scams
Bank customers have again been warned to be diligent with their personal bank account details,
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