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The publishing facilities in Nauru are limited to the state-owned newspapers. Interaction with large international publishers is mainly educational, with Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press and Macmillan operating out of Australia and directly or indirectly supplying textbooks to Nauru’s schools. Nauru is not listed on the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report 2012–13; however neighbouring Australia is listed as 19 out of 144 countries with a score of 5.3 out of 7.0 for intellectual property protection.
There is no trade representation for publishers or printers in Nauru. The University of the South Pacific has a campus in Nauru and was officially opened in 1987 to accommodate the population of around 13,000 people. There is a small variety of courses on offer here, with most courses centred on Education and teaching and English-related courses. There are no international book fairs which take place in Nauru. The main language spoken in Nauru is Nauruan which is spoken by 96% of the population, with English being used for government and commercial purposes.
Printing facilities in Nauru are limited to the Government Printing Office.