Category: Exports

REPORTS OF ILLEGAL BECHE-DE-MER HARVESTING RESURFACED

Sibc News- June 13, 2016

Dried beche-de-mer. Photo credit: Solomon Times. Reports have resurfaced after a long spell that certain people have restarted the illegally harvesting and sale of beche-de-mer. ... Read More

MAKIRA BANANA FARMERS ASSISTANCE ONE-NOTCH UP.

Sibc News- June 2, 2016

A banana variety in Makira Ulawa Province. Photo credit: dialogues.cgiar.org The Makira Ulawa Provincial Government is one notch up in its effort to assist banana ... Read More

YOUNG COCOA FARMER EXCITED ABOUT EXPORT POSSIBILITIES

Sibc News- June 2, 2016

Cocoa pods ready for harvest. Photo credit: New Mail. Twenty-year-old local female cocoa farmer Agnes Pilopaso is very excited about the possibility of being a ... Read More

NEW SIPA CHAIR CALLED ON TO LOOK INTO REFORMS

Sibc News- January 30, 2016

The Solomon Islands Ports Authority. Photo credit: SIPA. A local business owner in the country has called on the new Chair of the Solomon Islands ... Read More

SOLOMON COCOA RECOGNIZED INTERNATIONALLY

Sibc News- November 2, 2015

Cocoa pods ready for harvest. Photo credit: New Mail. Cocoa grown, fermented and dried in Solomon Islands has won a leading international cocoa award overnight ... Read More

DROP IN COPRA PRICES IRKED LOCAL COPRA PRODUCERS

Sibc News- September 11, 2015

A local copra producer preparing coconuts for copra. Photo credit: Our Pacific Ways. Cocoa and Copra producers in North Malaita are discouraged over a slight drop ... Read More

D.C.C GOV’T DEVELOPED NATIONAL EXPORT GUIDE

Sibc News- September 3, 2015

The Court of Arms of Solomon Islands. Photo credit: SIBC. The Democratic Coalition for Change Government (DCCG) has developed a national export process guide, "A ... Read More