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Fiji governor encourages wider use of stock market

The stock market is "an excellent platform", but full potential is yet to be reached

The ability of the Fijian stock market to maximise shareholders' value is currently underappreciated, Reserve Bank of Fiji governor Barry Whiteside has said.

Whiteside said the stock exchange was an "excellent" platform for savers looking for investment and companies who need further finance to expand, as he addressed South Pacific Stock Exchange Listing Forum on September 22.

However, the stock market's "full potential" has not yet been reached, the governor said. "With time and more fora like

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