If Parliament’s most urgent task at the close of its first day, Monday, was the passing of a new Foreign Investment Bill 2019 in order to release $35 million in current Budget Support from donors, then other matters on the work agenda might have been expected to be put aside when the House reconvened. However, on Tuesday morning the issue of the Tonga cable black-out at the end of January occupied the attention of the House. From the House, by Pesi Fonua.
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Results for Foreign Investment Act
Wednesday 20 February 2019
Thursday 10 May 2007
Tonga's first Foreign Investment Act that came into force in April has reserved 13 business activities for Tongan operators only, including certain types of farming and fishing, as well as wholesaling, baking, taxi operation, and other activities.