Public spending to support economic activity

Balawaviriki farmer Peni Balenaivalu dries yaqona at his home after the election. The Reserve Bank of Fiji’s economic review for December states that higher prices were noted for alcohol, tobacco, kava, fuel and vegetables. Picture: FILE

ROBUST consumption and public spending with further improvement in private investment spending post elections is expected to support economic growth for the country. In its economic review for December, the Reserve Bank of Fiji highlighted that the economy was envisaged to grow above 3.0 per cent over the medium term. It was also noted by […]

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