The possibility of stronger engagement between our two nations has grown over the past period of years, and the #FijiAustraliaBusinessForum confirms that we are going to see a lot more integration from now onwards. @FABCouncil
Australian Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack says trade and tourism opportunities are set to increase, thanks to the Australian Government’s agreement to expand air services arrangements with Fiji. #FijiAustralia #FijiNews #FijiTravel https://t.co/ISW92QFhHs
Interesting Roundtable with @Austrade delegation at 24th #2018FABF. Great to hear Austrade has brought over 100 Australian #businesses to Fiji over the past four years. Now 3000 Australian-based businesses do business in Fiji #2018FABF #AusFiji @dfat @FijiGovernment
Joint Forum guaranteed to boost business ties between #Fiji and #Australia. Read our joint press release with AFBC at the conclusion of the #2018FABF here:
https://t.co/TAltngEgSF #AusFiji @fijitimes @FijiSUNews @FBC_News
Pleasure opening the annual Fiji-Australia Business Council Symposium today. As our economy continues to grow, the #FijianGovernment is committed to attracting new and innovative business sectors to build resilience and continue the rapid #economictransformation 🇫🇯 🇦🇺
AFBC President Geoffrey Shaw ends the #2018FABF on an enthusiastic note saying that there are significant business opportunities to be explored in all sectors and we need to overcome challenges together. #AusFiji @dfat @FijiGovernment @fijitimes @FijiSUNews @fijitv @FBC_News
Since 1986 FABC has played a major role in helping to shape and grow business and trade relations between Fiji and Australia. With over 120 member companies, and excellent relations with all of the key agencies in Fiji, the FABC is the perfect partner for any business engaged in bilateral trade or looking to engage in the future.