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Encyclopedia > Pacific Forum Line

Pacific Forum Line (PFL) is a shipping alliance, owned by the South Pacific Forum.


See also: Nauru Pacific Line, South Pacific Forum


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Pacific Magazine: Finding The Right Formulae (1025 words)
Dan Tufui, chairman of Pacific Forum Line (PFL) for most of its 25 years of sometimes stormy life, can relate how the history's of the regional shipping line is. He became the third chairman after Samoa's Neroni Slade and New Zealand's Harry Julian.
I think firstly, Fiji was well served anyway for shipping and didn't need the Forum Line at all; and secondly, it might have had something to do with the fact that a big meeting to try to work together to establish a regional airline didn't work out.
Tufui's greatest regret about PFL is: One of the things we've always aimed at was to try to serve all members of the Forum, as we did with the Micronesian Line servicing Tuvalu, Kiribati and the Marshalls.
Forum Communique (3508 words)
Forum Leaders also warmly welcomed the signature and ratification by Vanuatu of the South Pacific Nuclear Free Zone Treaty, the signature of Tonga, and the signing of the Protocols to the Treaty by France, the United Kingdom and the United States of America.
Forum Leaders regretted that the Conference on Disarmament had been unable to agree by consensus on the draft CTBT text, and considered that this historic opportunity must not be lost to bring finally the nuclear testing era to an end.
Forum Leaders have today agreed on a range of measures to achieve more progress in both economic reform and development, which is so important for the future benefit of their peoples.
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