SYDNEY, Australia (ABC News Online, Oct. 2) - Fiji's government is looking for investors for what is expected to be the biggest infrastructure project in the region in the coming year.

The proposed Pacific Village in Suva will house three of the region's largest organizations - the South Pacific Applied Geoscience Commission , the Secretariat of the Pacific Community, and the South Pacific Tourism Organization.

A senior government official says a cost-benefit analysis of the project has been completed and the government is searching for funds among its financiers and donors.

The official says the Pacific village, estimated at US$19 million, is expected to be included in the Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase's 2004 Budget.

October 3, 2003

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