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Bank pledges support for PIDF summit

By GERALDINE PANAPASA
Friday, June 13, 2014

Update: 3:01PM IN an effort to progress Pacific economies in a sustainable, responsible and progressive way, ANZ Bank has provided financial support towards the second Pacific Islands Development Forum summit next week.

ANZ Pacific and Fiji CEO Vishnu Mohan says the forum is an ideal event to role model collaboration between the public and private sector.

"We believe that we can make an important contribution by working with our customers and partners to drive social and environmental sustainability improvements," he said today.

PIDF interim secretary general Feleti Teo said the support demonstrated the bank's commitment to the region and their aspirations to drive green growth in the region.

The summit will be held on June 18-20 at the Sheraton Fiji Resort and Spa on Denarau in the Western Division. 








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