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September 27, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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Business owners will no longer need to pay permit fees to operate on Sundays and on  public holidays, confirms Suva City Council’s special administrator Chandu Umaria.

Umaria told FijiLive that businesses will need not to pay the fee of $25.90 as part of a move by the council to promote tourism and generate more employment opportunity.

He said the decision which was endorsed in September will “make Suva City more vibrant.”

He further said that this would promote economic growth and would encourage business participation to enhance high income generation for retailers.

By Indrani Krishna

 

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