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MSG backs Fiji role in PACER

Vila : Vanuatu | Mar 29, 2011 at 1:38 PM PDT
Source: Fiji Times
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And the biggest economy in the region outside Australia and New Zealand u Papua New Guinea said Fiji must be included in all economic meetings of the forum. Don Poyle, the Foreign Affairs Minister of PNG said this was his country's stand all along but the MSG ministers yesterday resolved on the inclusion... FULL ARTICLE AT Fiji Times
 
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