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Land use, public sector ‘impediments’

 

Apr 26, 2010 12:00:00 AM

Fiji’s public sector and land use have been named as among the key longstanding structural issues which have been serious impediments to the country’s economic growth for at least the last two decades.

Fiji’s ambassador to the European Union, Peceli Vocea made the point at a meeting with the President of the European Council, Herman Van Rompuy, a government statement said.

Vocea met with Rompuy to present his credentials as Fiji’s ambassador to the European Council which defines the general political direction and priorities of the European Union.

Vocea said government had embarked on addressing some of the structural issues including the public sector and land use policy reforms. He noted that an International Monetary Fund team is in Fiji to discuss areas where IMF assistance can be effective.

He also acknowledged the European Commission-funded program to help Fiji’s fish exports regain entry to the EU.

The signing of the interim Economic Partnership Agreement had ensured that trade with the EU, particularly on sugar, continued without disruption.

The statement said it is hoped that more benefits will be derived from the agreement once the notification process had been completed.

On Vocea’s update on developments with regards to government’s roadmap, Rompuy assured that the EU will keep a line of dialogue open with Fiji and was hopeful that an earlier resolution of the political problems could be found. 

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