Business as usual for group

Grace Road Group Public Relations Officer Ana Choi addressnig some issues during an interview with this newspaper. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA

DESPITE the arrest of their leader in South Korea, the Grace Road Group will continue with its developments in Fiji.

The group has begun developments on two of their farms outside Nausori.

The group’s public relations manager, Ana Choi, highlighted this in an interview with this newspaper yesterday.

Ms Choi said noni and rice would be planted on the two farms. “One farm is near Burebasaga, that’s the current one, and the other one is at Naduru, Naila. Both farms are for noni and rice,” Ms Choi said.

She said the iTaukei Land Trust Board granted the lease for the two farms. Ms Choi said they would also be opening outlets at the newly-built Flagstaff Plaza in Suva.

“For Flagstaff, we are going to open our restaurant called Fierce Chicken, then we are going to open one shoe shop and one new dental clinic — that we hope to open maybe mid next month,” she said.

The group was established in Fiji in 2014 and has opened numerous outlets across Fiji.

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