Investment in Fiji will thrive in years to come: Jaduram
November 2, 2014 6:54 pm
A successful local businessman believes investment in Fiji is going to thrive following the recent general election.
Paul Jaduram, a hotelier, entrepreneur and a former mayor of Labasa town says the future is bright in terms of investments and economic growth.
“Now we have democratically elected government and I am optimistic that Fiji will always grow. Our own people might be coming back to Fiji who have migrated. This gives a boost to our own local people too.”
Jaduram’s latest project is the development of a three point five million dollar hotel, James Cook on Gordon Street in Suva.
It’s a venture they’ve been working on since 2012.
The hotel is expected to be completed next year adding to the economic growth Jaduram speaks of.
When completed, James Cook will be a 5 storey, 40 room complex providing employment opportunities for many and adding yet another chapter to the Jaduram legacy.