Warning on return of APEC assets

APEC Minister Justin Tkatchenko has said that a full report on all assets bought, acquired and donated to the APEC Coordination Authority would be published by the end of December.
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A fleet of Lamborghini cars was one of the contentious APEC acquisitions

Staff Reporter

Tkatchenko was responding to questions by The National newspaper about the process of disposal through public tender.
 
This follows the publication of newspaper advertisements in Papua New Guinea calling on all individuals and organisations to return APEC assets.
 
The assets include laptops, phones, cars and other vehicles, plant and equipment along with hardware and software used during the November meetings.
 
The assets must be returned to Finance Department, said Finance secretary Dr Ken Ngangan.
 
"The state would apply the full force of the law to those who do not release the assets," Ngangan said.

 

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