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August 18, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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Fiji’s Ministry of Finance permanent secretary, Filimoni Waqabaca says the sale of Post Fiji Limited (PFL) will depend on its performance.

Speaking at the partnership deal between Post Fiji and Vodafone, Waqabaca said PFL is part of the government reform plans whereby private sector and management of the company was being sough as announced at the 2012 budget announcement.

Meanwhile, PFL chairman Lawrence Tikaram said the deal with Vodafone will ensure they reach their goals.

Tikaram said Post Fiji is raising the financial well-being through a conducive working environment for their employees.

He said they are venturing to raise their performance for the future while looking after their present.

By Ropate Valemei

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