Malaysian group fast expanding its oil palm plantation in East New Britain of PNG


KOKOPO: A thriving palm oil industry, backed by a Malaysian privately controlled company East New Britain Plantation Group (ENBP), is set to become the new economic backbone of Kokopo, the provincial capital of East New Britain in Papua New Guinea (PNG).

Kokopo is located about 25km away from the scenic port city of Rabaul, which was almost destroyed in 1994 by a volcano eruption.

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