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Foster’s Group Pacific (FGP) Limited appointed its new Board of Directors after Coca Cola Amatil Fiji Limited bought its largest shares today.

John Murphy, Nessa O’Sullivan, and George Forster have replaced Stephen Anders, Grant Peck, and Michael Walsh who have resigned as required by its Listing Rule.

Gardernier Whiteside, Cecil Browne and Anthony and Scanlan will remain on the Board of FGP.

Alfred Chan has also resigned as the secretary and has been replaced by Vinish Singh.

By Ropate Valemei





 

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