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September 06, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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The total update of the Fiji Government Viti Bonds since its introduction in April, 2012 stands at $1.7 million to date.

Viti Bond was introduced by the Fiji Govt aimed to boost the limited investment options available locally and encourage retail investor participation.

Viti Bonds are available for 5, 7 and 10 year terms with competitive fixed interest rates of 4.00%, 4.50% and 5.00%, respectively. Benefits of investing in Viti Bonds include tax-free interest income and quarterly interest payments.

Viti Bonds are available for a minimum investment of $1,000 and may be purchased directly from the Reserve Bank of Fiji.

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