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Roth issue not against Fiji Water

Roth issue not against Fiji Water

By fijivillage.com
Tuesday 23/11/2010
The Permanent Secretary for Information, Sharon Smith-Johns has reassured the business community and potential investors that the David Roth issue was between Roth and the government, not against Fiji Water.

Smith-Johns said there is a lot of speculation but the issue has already been clarified by the Prime Minister.

Radio NZ said Smith-Johns also said she and other government representatives are expecting questions about the affair at the two day Fiji Australia and New Zealand Pacific Business Forum in Sigatoka.



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