Pohiva says ‘slow down’ on Chinese loans

Foreign Ministers of P.I.F. member states during last week's one-day conference in Apia. (Photo: Misiona Simo/Samoa Observer)

APIA, 15 AUGUST 2018 (SAMOA OBSERVER) – Tonga’s Prime Minister Akilisi Pohiva has cautioned Pacific Island nations, saying they should “slow down” asking China for loans. Speaking on the sidelines of the one-day Forum Foreign Ministers conference in Apia last Friday, the Prime Minister told Samoa Observer in an exclusive interview that the debts that […]

Continue reading this article with a Fiji Times online membership.

More Stories