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The Ministry of Information, Communications, Transport and Tourism Development (MICTTD) has established a new state-owned enterprise known as the Tourism Authority of Kiribati (TAK).
Director of Tourism in the country Reeti Onorio told Radio Kiribati News TAK was established to develop and boost tourism in Kiribati’s Gilbert Group, Phoenix Islands Protected Area (PIPA) and the Line Group.
Onorio said TAK will be working closely with both government and private organisations that support and promote tourism in the country.
The TAK divisions include the Marketing and Promotion, Education and Training and the Planning and Development.
Its new CEO, Fijian Petero Manufolau, commences his three-year contract today.
The TAK Office is located in Takoronga, Betio.
SOURCE: RADIO KIRIBATI/PACNEWS
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