New Britain Palm Oil's finance boss and chief executive have showed their faith in the Papua New Guinea palm oil producer by spending a combined total of nearly £200,000 of shares.
Finance boss David Dann took 30,000 on the Port Moresby stock exchange for the equivalent of about 384p a share and chief executive Nick Thompson bought 20,000 at the same price.
Their respective stakes now total 152,000 and 370,000 shares respectively.
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The company is Papua New Guinea's largest oil producer of palm oil, which is used as a fuel and as a food ingredient.
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