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FNPF expected to invest $300M
The Fiji National Provident Fund is expected to invest $300 million in committed projects in the next two years. During the Fiji‑Australia Business Council Forum at GPH, FNPF Chief Investment Officer, Jaoji Koroi highlighted that this include Momi Bay project which will have the 250‑rooms Marriot Hotel. He said Momi re‑development main
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