FIJI: Fiji asks Australia to drop challenge to EU sugar subsidies
A government delegation from Fiji is calling on Australia to drop its challenge of the EU sugar subsidy system, on fears it could devastate the Pacific nation's sugar industry. Foreign minister Kaliopate Tavola, prime minister Laisenia Oarase and commerce minister Tom Vuetilovoni will be lobbying the Australian government to abandon its challenge, reported the Fiji Times today [Friday].
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