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Three Pacific Island exporters will showcase their products at the Pacific Trade Invest Europe booth at UK’s leading café and bar industry trade show, Caffe Culture, London, from 16-17 October 2018.
Three young Pacific Island emerging leaders – two from Fiji and one from Niue – recently visited the Tokyo-based Pacific Islands Centre (PIC), which is part of the Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) Network to be briefed about PTI’s activities in the region and how they could help promote trade and investment and economic development.
The Pacific Islands Centre (PIC) the Tokyo, Japan-based office that works with the Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) Network teamed up with Tabix, one of Japan’s leading provider of domestic and international travel related services to host a promotional event for Pacific Island tourism.
From fleeing to New Zealand as a 12-year-old refugee with his family to becoming a leading importer and distributor of food products in New Zealand, Sam Yip has certainly come a long way.
A new public market development is nearing completion in Rakiraki in Fiji’s Western Division.
The New Zealand Tonga Business Council (NZTBC) is undertaking its second business mission to Tonga in as many years.
Last week was PNG week for Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) New Zealand Trade Commissioner Michael Greenslade and Trade Development Manager Ian Furlong.
The Samoa Business Network (SBN) is thriving with success as it celebrates its fifth anniversary this year.
A two-day Fiji-Japan Trade and Investment Symposium was held at the Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa in Denarau on July 9-10.
The annual Pacific Island Forum Secretariat-led Private Sector Dialogue Preparatory Meeting was held last week in Auckland. The meeting discussed actions the private sector needs to take in the Pacific region to challenge climate change, Non-Communicable Diseases (NCD) and other relevant issues.
Education on nutrition is one way of addressing the problem of non-communicable diseases, says Vanuatu Chamber of Commerce member Carolyn Ernst.