FIJI CHANGES IMMIGRATION LAWS

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SUVA, Fiji (July 14, 1998 - Radio Australia)---Fiji has relaxed its immigration laws in an effort to attract more foreign investors.

The new rules allow foreigners to live in Fiji permanently if they own local property valued at $23,000 or more and have an assured annual income of at least $7,700.

The government says holders of the new residency permit can live in Fiji for an unrestricted period and enter and leave as they like, but are barred from involvement in local politics.

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