According to the annual results published by Vanuatu’s banks, excluding the National Bank, the overallperformance of the banking sector in 2022 showed […]
Vanuatu-based Power and Communications Solution (PCS) company currently located opposite the University of the South Pacific’s (USP) Emalus campus, has been debarred for a period of 15 months from World Bank as of March 29 2023, for fraudulent practices. The World Bank reported that PSC have been committing fraud by submitting re-imbursement applications for non- subsidised items whilst claiming subsidies.
By Hilaire Bule. Vanuatu’s Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) had advised Vanuatu’s Citizenship Office of the hostile information against corruption-accused fugitive Gupta brothers – […]
The owners of VRent A Car, who are based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, have filed complaints with the police against their Sales Manager in Port Vila, Kang Biao Li. This was confirmed to the Vanuatu Daily Post by their lawyer from the law firm, Timakata & Associates, yesterday.
On May 9 the Vanuatu Government announced that the minimum wage for workers would be 300 vatu per hour effective from the 1st June. This increase was a 36% increase from the previous rate of 220 vatu.
The background to the minimum wage increase.
Over the past few years, there has been extensive public discourse regarding the minimum wage. The previous rate, set at 220 vatu since 2019, saw an increase from 200 to 220 per hour. Prior to that, in 2017, the rate had risen from 170 vatu. Due to the economic conditions brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, any discussions regarding minimum wage increases were postponed. However, with the conclusion of the pandemic and the reopening of the country’s borders, the topic of minimum wage hikes was once again under consideration.Read more»
Is an increase in the bus fare from 150 vatu to 200 vatu needed? There has been considerable discussion for the last […]
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Written by: Emma Hivo – Communications Specialist. The Yumi Growem Vanuatu (YGV) Cohort 2 program has recently concluded, marking a significantmilestone in […]
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