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Matap Embaku of Mainland Holdings coffee company

Matap Embaku gives his perspective on the coffee growers of Papua New Guinea. As Chairman of Mainland Holdings he represents his own business group in the Morobe Province of Papua New Guinea. Mainland Holdings Ltd. is owned by rural co-operatives consisting mainly of coffee growers.
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Tell Mainliand Holdings to Build Sealed Roads to Menyama, Aseki and also connect a road from Boana to Finch via Siallum.
posted by: Lucy Lawless (22:18:18 Sun 2nd December 2012)

I agree with Matap's view on road access. Menyamya District is a coffee district and in 2005 and 2006 the coffee farmers in the Tawa area burnt more than 500 bags of coffee, about 20 tonnes due to the road condition.
posted by: Luther Peter (23:31:03 Wed 19th May 2010)

I agree with the Chairman's view and further express that the company is totally own by simple villagers who became share holders through Co-orperative Societies.One of the major shareholder is Sai Business Group with more than 50% share.
posted by: Luther Peter (23:46:44 Tue 18th May 2010)



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