FIJI GOVERNMENT TO IMPLEMENT STRATIGIC TEXTILE PLAN

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SUVA, Fiji (April 26, 1998 - PACNEWS)---Government officials, together with business leaders, are implementing a strategic plan to ensure the longtime survival of Fiji’s textile, clothing and footwear industry.

A task force has been appointed by the two parties to proceed with the plan, Island Networks Corporation reports.

President Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara outlined details of the strategic plan when he opened the new United Apparel garment factory in Nadawa, outside Suva, last week.

The plan outlines four broad strategies aimed at ensuring the survival of the industry and assuring its future expansion. They are improving the business environment in which the textile, clothing and footwear industry operates, and improving its efficiency, productivity and competitiveness.

The plan also calls for improving worker skills and marketing activities.

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