Deputy Prime Minister Manoa Kamikamica introduced in Parliament on Monday an formidable plan to develop the economic system by 50 per cent over the following decade.
Whereas delivering his maiden deal with within the Home, he mentioned they might get the ball rolling by reviewing the civil service and conducting a fiscal evaluation of presidency.
The final evaluation was in 2004. Mr Kamikamica mentioned they might additionally maintain an financial summit which might type the premise of a nationwide technique for Fiji and conduct the Nationwide Tripartite Discussion board the place unions would have a real voice within the nation’s affairs.
He additionally mentioned they might evaluation the training system to make sure it was “match for objective and related to the employment wants in Fiji for the twenty first century”.
The Deputy PM mentioned in his Parliament opening speech, President Ratu Wiliame Katonivere spoke in regards to the want for Authorities to get its financial home so as.
“I’m assured that we’ll get this executed. Why? It’s as a result of we’re on this collectively. Collectively, we are able to.
“Nevertheless, of equal significance is the necessity to develop the pie or the cake or the financial cake.
“Fiji is open for enterprise. Sure, there are a number of impediments to doing enterprise in Fiji and this shall be mounted.
“If we’re to prosper as a rustic, we have to goal to develop our economic system aggressively and I’m suggesting 50 per cent over the following 10 years. “It’s an formidable goal however I’ve information for the individuals of Fiji, collectively as a unified nation, we are able to.”
Mr Kamikamica mentioned there have been important alternatives in vitality, tourism, aviation, industrial agriculture with worth added, prescribed drugs, fisheries, forestry and the ICT sector simply to call are few.
“There’s a renewed curiosity for funding in our nation. There’s additionally an actual alternative to make Fiji a real regional hub within the Pacific working along with our Pacific companions, brothers and sisters to result in prosperity for all.
“Transparency and investor confidence is key. We will function on a no-surprises foundation. We’ll contribute to work on fashionable and modern commerce co-operation agreements that make sense for Fiji.”