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Australia strengthens investment ties with Fiji

The Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade) is embarking on a venture with its Fijian counterpart to establish peer to peer learning initiative.

The peer-to-peer learning initiatives is targeted to better understand investment realities between the two nations.

Investment Fiji sees this as an opportunity to enables its staff to propose new strategies and enhances service.

Kamal Chetty, the Chief Executive Officer of Investment Fiji says the transformative nature of opportunities like this is limitless.

“These eye-opening engagements help empower our team and contributes to us better understanding international markets,” Chetty added.

Sumeet Singh, is one of the first participants who received the opportunity from Investment Fiji to participate in the peer-to-peer learning exercise.

Singh says his experiences to Australia and heartly thanked the practitioners for creating a productive environment.

Two-way investment between Australia and Fiji is valued at AUD1.414 billion (2021).

Australia continues to remain the Fiji’s significant trading partner.

Artika Ram
Artika Ram
Cadet Journalist |


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