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Fiji Water has decided to cut around a third of its workforce as a result of reducing its number of product lines, according to a report.

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The bottled water producer will cut around 100 jobs, according to The Fiji Times yesterday (19 December). The company said that the redundancies are a result of streamlining at its bottling plant in Yaqara.

The firm said it has been consulting with employees and representatives since early last month. There are no plans for further redundancies, according to the publication.


Sectors: Soft drinks, Water

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