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Friday 7 April 2017 | Published in Local

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Cable signing brings ‘exciting times’
Pictured at the PITA 21 annual general meeting this week were. Tokelau Cabinet ministers Faipule Mose Pelasio Tuvalu's Telecomunication minister, Monise Laafai Niue Cabinet minister Dalton Tagelagi, prime minister Henry Puna, and Samoa Cabinet minister Afamasaga Lepuai'I Rico Tupai. 17040618

The signing of an agreement for the design, construction, operation and maintenance of the Manatua Polynesian cable project shows the Pacific has come of age in harnessing the opportunities provided by telecommunications,” says prime minister Henry Puna.

The signing of an agreement for the design, construction, operation and maintenance of the Manatua Polynesian cable project shows the Pacific has come of age in harnessing the opportunities provided by telecommunications,” says prime minister Henry Puna.


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