Dec 17, 2017 Last Updated 3:10 AM, Dec 12, 2017
By MERESEINI MARAU - TOTOKA The Fijian Government will set up a new credit bureau by next year to replace a privately owned data bureau which the government closed down in 2016. The new data bureau plan was revealed by the International Monetary Fund's Pablo Murphy Lopez in Suva today.…
Fiji calls for understanding By NETANI RIKA, Pasay City, the Philippines AS the self-nominated representative for Small Island Developing States, Fiji has found itself in a position where it may have to fight a lone battle for tuna conservation. The 14th Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission meeting this year appears…

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Vietnam earns villain status By NETANI RIKA, Pasay City, the Philippines DESPITE its promise to address the issue of illegal fishing in the Pacific, Vietnam has found itself out in the cold at the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission for the second year in a row. Desperate to be…
Kiribati, Tuvalu on Fiji’s tuna radar By NETANI RIKA, Pasay City, the Philippines FIJI will seek approval to conduct exploratory tuna fishing in Kiribati and Tuvalu waters for the next five years. The move comes as Fiji notes a decrease in tuna stocks within its 1.3million square kilometre Exclusive Economic…
Pacific lawyers to replace FFA chief By NETANI RIKA, Pasay City, the Philippines A TWO-WAY race is on for the position of Director-General of the Forum Fisheries Agency. With the contract of incumbent James Movick ending in 2018, the search for his replacement appears to be narrowed to current Republic…
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