Taskforce starts investigating 28 traders

Naikabula resident Kameli Nukumarawa joins the line for the Homes-Care Assistance at Shirley Park in Lautoka yesterday. Picture: REINAL CHAND

THE taskforce set up by the Fijian Competition and Consumer Commission and Consumer Council of Fiji to investigate traders is waiting on 28 traders to furnish it with information. FCCC chief executive officer Joel Abraham said the taskforce had started investigations into two programs under the CARE for Fiji program, which are the HOMES-CARE and […]

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