The Reserve Bank of Fiji was confident about growth and inflation reaching their projections in a review of recent economic developments, published today (September 10).
The review covers the first half of 2012, and says that indicators show the economy is on track to reach its projected growth of 2.7% – in spite of modest economic performances in most of Fiji's trading partner economies. Expected growth was revised upwards from 2.3% in June, despite floods damaging the country's agricultural in
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