Skyline Investment denies corruption claims
December 9, 2015 4:23 am
Skyline Estate Investment Group Limited – a Chinese company that’s set up in Fiji – has dismissed claims of corruption saying it’s honest business and investments.
The company, which has Chinese/Hong Kong ties, held a media conference in Suva about its development plans.
Skyline Investment chief executive Jason Liu says rumors that the company is a front to hide corruption are all lies.
The company has come under fire for alleged fraudulent deals in the Solomon Islands but Liu says some of those rumors are from disgruntled former employees.
“In the future, Fiji will actually notice what we are doing so we will let time prove that we are genuine.”
The company that was set up in Fiji last year.
Liu says they chose to set up business in Fiji because of the consistent increase in tourists – especially from Asian countries.
Skyline Investment has bought twenty five million dollars worth of land for various projects planned for the coming years.
Liu says they plan to spend eighty-five-million-dollars upon completion.