"Peter O’Neill" The Leader reported that a stability clause in the Papua LNG Task understanding will see the US $250 million (K843m) be kept up in the nation while 10% of all fare income will come back to the nation.
Peter O’Neill expressed gratitude toward the Central Bank for their dealings in such manner, saying this will address the outside trade (forex) issues looked by the nation.
Peter O’Neill said this at the marking of the Papua LNG Task Understanding.
"I wish to thank the Governor for the Central Bank about the exchange we are having with undertaking accomplices, to give visibility so we don't have remote money issues when we are sending out every one of these assets out of the nation; our currency must be steady.
"The project accomplices have concurred that there is a stability clause of the US $250 million consistently should be kept up in the district, and 10% of all fare income must be returned back in the nation, offering stability to our nation and certainty to our business community and ensure our economy benefits and our economy keeps on developing.