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Birthday celebration marks new development

Torika Tokalau
Friday, December 14, 2012

EXPECT an expansion at Suva's MHCC in the near future — this was the revelation from director retail and marketing Kunaseelan Sabaratnam on Wednesday at the shopping mall's official five-year celebration.

Mr Sabaratnam said there were plans to further expand the mall in the coming years by two more levels.

"MHCC has now become a landmark in the capital city. We currently have three floors, the third floor being the food court with the first two floors being shopping malls," he said.

"We want to put up more levels with a total entertainment concept. These plans are still alive and still in the pipeline."

MHCC management marked the five-year celebration with a cake-cutting ceremony at midday, the exact hour the shopping mall opened for business in 2007.

Mr Sabaratnam owed the success of MHCC to the people of Fiji.

"We couldn't have achieved five good years without the public.

"A shopping mall is nothing without people so we want to thank everyone that has come through and or shopped at MHCC for the past five years. We look forward to many more years in Fiji."


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