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Manasa Kalouniviti
Tuesday, November 28, 2017

THE Free Bird Institute Ltd (FBL), in an announcement made through the South Pacific Stock Exchange on Friday, said they had entered into a Mutual Services Agreement with the Narita Airport Business Co Ltd (NAAB) in September 2017.

Under the agreement FBL would assist NAAB to facilitate the recruitment of Fijian nationals to work in corporations in and around the Narita International Airport in Chiba, Japan.

The announcement said NAAB recognised that FBL was already established in Fiji but had its parent company in Japan hence it would be in FBL's interest to enter into such an agreement that allowed both parties to assist each other.

FBL's chief operations officer Mereseini Baleilevuka said: "This will be a great opportunity for Fijians to work abroad and also develop work ethics of a developed nation."

The company said they had received approvals from other regulatory authorities and was awaiting one final approval from the Ministry of Employment.

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