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More Japanese investors encouraged to invest in Fiji

Date: 16 Nov, 2016
 Investment Fiji is encouraging more Japanese investors to take advantage of the lucrative investment incentives provided by the Fijian government.  From 2011 to 2015, Japanese investors have registered 14 investment projects valued at more than $17 million

Investment Fiji met with an 11-member delegation from the Akita Prefecture, Japan to highlightabout the economic advantages that makes Fiji an attractive investment destination.  The delegation is in the country on a Sports and Education mission.

Investment Fiji’s Investment and Finance Manager, Ms. Jacky Terry told the delegation that Fiji has a customer centric approach that understands the needs of an investor and works in partnership to generate best possible outcomes.  With Fiji’s economy constantly performing better year after year and with a stable political environment, Ms. Terry told the delegation that now is the opportune time to invest in one of the fastest growing economies in the region.  The delegation was encouraged to take advantage of tax free zones and regions created by the Fijian Government.

Fascinated by the incentives and opportunities offered by Fiji, the delegation has shown interest in the agricultural sector.  Akita prefecture is known for producing high quality of rice and beef products.

The Governor of the Prefecture Mr. Norihisa Satake says the delegation will go back to Akita and think thoroughly about the areas of interest for their investors.  The governor says this visit was just the beginning of the relationship between the Japanese investors from the prefecture with Investment Fiji and the Fijian government.



Caption:  Investment Fiji’s Investment and Finance Manager, Ms. Jacky Terry with the Governor of Akita Prefecture Mr. Norihisa Satake and his delegates.