Samoa finance minister says government looks at privatising airline

Samoa’s finance minister says Polynesian Airlines, which serves Samoa and American Samoa, may be privatised in the near future.
Faumuina Tiatia Liuga revealed this while announcing a 300,000 US dollar dividend payout by the government’s Unit Trust of Samoa agency to its more than 800 members.
He says Polynesian Airlines is showing good results and it would benefit locals if some of its shares could be sold and reinvested in the Unit Trust of Samoa.
Faumuina says the Agriculture Store Corporation will also be privatised soon, with legislation to that effect now before parliament. RNZI
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