Friday, 19 September 2008 2:10 AM

Digicel For SI

Contrary to what Andrian Alamu of Wellington, NZ, had said, Solomon Islands and Solomon Islanders for that matter will benefit from Digicel operations. In particular, through efficient and affordable telecommunication services, corporate taxes, goods sales taxes, PAYE, foreign exchange transaction fees, rentals, royalties, to name but just a few. Competition in the telecommunication sector is good for Solomon Islands in the long run. Thumbs up to Digicel.

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