One of the Fiji Trade Commission’s primary goal is to help investors and business owners from the Americas to benefit from lucrative Fiji exports.
Fiji has today become an export-driven economy spurred by high technology, knowledge-based and capital-intensive industries. Now is the time to take advantage of the rapidly growing variety of Fijian exports, as well as the many incentives the government of Fiji offers to investors in international trade.
- In 2014, Fiji exported US$1.37B making it the 148th largest export economy in the world. Fijis exports are largely comprised of agricultural and fisheries commodities.
- Traditionally, Fiji’s main agricultural exports have been sugar, fish, taro, and ginger. Other top exports of Fiji include mineral water, timber, and garments.
- With a newly developed and open economy, Fiji has experienced increased volumes of both exports and imports. The top export destinations of Fiji are the United States, Australia, China, New Zealand, United Kingdom, and Japan. The most recent exports to North America are led by bottled water, tuna, molasses and mahogany which resulted in a total of US$207.2M export value in 2015.
- Fiji’s growing track record of exports shows the immense profits that can be realized by investors, importers and exporters.
Browse through our website and learn about the many export opportunities available in Fiji, as well as the numerous government incentives offered to those who invest their time and money in the Fijian market.