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Src: The Pacific Studies Monitor ISSN 1443-8976
24 Aug 2004
Updates in Fiji, Suva and Lautoka, Sep 2004
Asia Pacific School of Economics and Government (APSEG), The Australian
National University, Canberra, Australia
Supplied note: "For the information of Fiji-based colleagues and travellers
The University of the South Pacific and The Australian National University
invite you to attend the 2004 Fiji Updates in Suva and Lautoka.
* Fiji Update-Suva,
Wednesday 1 September,
Marine Studies Lecture Theatre, USP,
* Fiji Update-Lautoka,
Friday 3 September,
Waterfront Hotel, Lautoka,
The discussions will centre on a survey of the Fiji economy (published in
the Pacific Economic Bulletin), an analysis of the sugar industry, and a
panel discussion on the role of Australia's aid in the Pacific. Programs
are available at http://apseg.anu.edu.au
These Updates are open to the public. There is no charge for attending, and
a light lunch will be provided.
The support of the Australian Agency for International Development for
these activities is gratefully acknowledged. - dg."
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