Australia and Fiji's bilateral relationship at a glance
A snapshot of Australia and Fiji's Bilateral relationship from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
— By DFAT
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade releases useful fact sheets on Australia's Bilateral Relationship with the Pacific, including Fiji.
This fact sheet will be of interest to any business operating in Fiji or seeking to begin operations in the region.
The fact sheet covers several areas including;
- Building Business - Australian Investment in Fiji (2014): $2.3 Billion
- Connecting People
- Australia Government Expenditure (non-AID) - $1.3 Million
- Australian Aid to Fiji by Investment Priorities - total investment: $62.8 Million (53% share of total official development assistance)
Fiji is an independent country lying on the border between the Polynesian and Melanesian regions of the Pacific. After Papua New Guinea, Fiji is the most populous Pacific island country and hosts a number of regional and international organisations. Its capital, Suva, is four and a half hours flying time north-east of Sydney.
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