FCCC to make Fijian market more competitive
December 17, 2018 6:11 am
FCCC Chief Executive, Joel Abraham [insert]
The Fijian Competition and Consumer Commission is mapping out plans to improve their work and raise their standard as we head into a new year.
As part of their plans, the Commission has identified four areas which they will be investigating come 2019.
The FCCC Chief Executive has revealed to FBC News that the Commission will closely monitor four important sectors of the country.
“There are certain things that we need to look at a bit more closely. We are looking at the Food industry. One of the things that we intend to do in 2019 is look at the whole sale and the import end and look at the competitiveness of the market to see the number of players involved in the importation of products.”
Abraham says they aim to make the Fijian market more competitive
The Commission has also highlighted they may review the FCCC Act should there be a need to incorporate more laws for consumer protection and the regulation of competition between traders.