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Fiji is a Melanesian island nation in the South Pacific north of New Zealand. The archipelago of Fiji is comprised of over 332 islands, 110 of which are inhabited. Most of the approximate population of 850,000 people is concentrated on the islands of Viti Levu and Vanua Levu. The official languages of Fiji are English, Bau Fijian and Fiji Hindi.
Fiji is one of the more developed Pacific island economies, boasting natural resources such as forest, mineral and fish cpr144449003101 resources. There are also offshore oil and hydropower sectors contributing to the economy, along with a booming tourism sector.