papua new guinea

Papua New Guinea


  1. COUNTRY: Papua New Guinea
  2. CAPITAL: Port Moresby
  3. GDP GROWTH RATE: -3.9% Growth Rate
  5. MAJOR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS: Jacksons International Airport
  6. MAJOR SEAPORTS: Port of Lae, Port of Port Moresby
  7. RAIL AND ROADWAYS: The land transport system comprises the national road system (8,762 km), provincial (approximately 8,100 km), and perhaps another eight thousand district, local and other roads, and eight hundred bridges. The national road includes 3,335 km of designated “roads of national importance,” often called “priority roads,” and the focus of most maintenance and improvement efforts. There are 2,647 km sealed roads, almost all in the national system. Central Western Highlands, Eastern Highlands, East Sepik, Madang and West New Britain have the most extensive networks.
    Papua New Guinea has no major railways.
  8. EXPORT GOODS: The top exports of Papua New Guinea are Petroleum Gas ($3.98B), Gold ($2.57B), Copper Ore ($750M), Rough Wood ($638M), and Crude Petroleum ($605M),
  9. EXPORT PARTNERS: exporting mostly to Australia ($2.85B), China ($2.82B), Japan ($2.38B), Chinese Taipei ($740M), and South Korea ($350M)
  10. IMPORT GOODS: The top imports of Papua New Guinea are Refined Petroleum ($471M), Excavation Machinery ($150M), Crude Petroleum ($126M), Other Edible Preparations($104M), and Delivery Trucks ($99.4M),
  11. IMPORT PARTNERS: importing mostly from Australia ($1.34B), China($801M), Singapore ($585M), Malaysia ($353M), and Indonesia ($153M)