Workers do paperwork inside a cargo container in Fiji, where the Asian Development Bank supported a development project to upgrade its port facilities to help boost the country's economy. Since becoming a member in 1970, Fiji has received $317.26 million in loans and $27 million in technical assistance from ADB. Photo by: ADB / CC BY-NC-ND

One of the largest countries in the South Pacific, Fiji has abundant natural resources. Its economy, however, has not been performing to expectations.

Sugar and garments, which traditionally have been the island nation’s key industries, have been seeing a steady decline in growth, leading the country to rely more heavily on tourism revenues to shore up its economy.

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