It has been opined by Ashwant Dwivedi who used to be a business development manager at Embassy of Fiji that it is important for overall well being of Fiji export, import and trade to check out viability of market opportunities available outside Fiji. They also need to be mindful of quality of goods being exported by them as in present day financial world people are looking for perfection and there is very little margin for error.
Decrease in value of United States dollars is a good thing for Fiji export, import and trade scenario as far as Ashwant Dwivedi is concerned as this devaluation presents exporters in Fiji an opportunity to make more profits.
As per latest reports on Fiji export scenario, export of tunas from Fiji to markets in Canada has been affected in a negative way. Rate of decline in this case has been pretty significant.
USA has recently provided Fiji with its seal of approval as far as exporting shrimps is concerned. It is one of 39 countries that have been provided with this approval. On other hand, Fiji imports shrimps with an aggregate value of $30 million. Fiji government has always tried to reduce amount of shrimps imported by it.