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April Fool’s Day? PDT Future Status in Timor-Leste – Press Release

No this is not an April Fool's Day joke.... More
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Manatuto salt: bitter but sweet.

Ever bite into a chunk of salt? Bitter as hell yes? However, when I was browsing the Ministry of Tourism, Commerce and Industry (MTCI) facebook page this morning I saw salt ... More

A $1,460 Deal for Manatuto Soybean Farmer

With the aid of PDT’s district Matchmaking (MM) team, local Manatuto farmer Abilio Joao Martins was able to find a buyer for 2,921kg of soybeans worth $1,460.50. Gilber... More
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Marvelous Marble

Years ago I saw the fabled Manatuto Marble deposits found in Ilimano, Laclo District.... More
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2.1 million bucks for rural cattle owners in Timor?

Alot of PDM TL's work focuses on getting the international community to spend their dosh inside Timor-Leste - driving economic development. However, increasingly the buyers a... More
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Manatuto dreaming.

Just a couple of days ago I was talking of Timor-Leste being a land of possibilities.  Well its also a land of “land disputes”. In January 2010 CJITL reported on ... More

Rural Businesses Advocate “Buy Local, Build Timor-Leste”

You can see it painted on billboards, advertised in restaurants, lining the sides of cars, motorbikes and trolleys, and positioned in front of PDT‘s four offices in Bauc... More

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