TAHITI RESORT BUILD APPROVED BY GOVT

Tahiti beach front

The New Zealand and Samoan consortium, Kaitiaki Tagaloa, has been approved by the French Polynesian Government to finalise a deal to build on the Tahitian Village resort complex.

Around 2,500 people are expected to be employed by the development of the resort. Back in April, Kaitiaki Tagaloa revealed their involvement in the project, but the process got delayed for political reasons. Now the Government has approved the plan and the consortium has 200 days to reach an agreement with the resort and finalise the deal.