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Du­lux and its lo­cal sub­sidiary Pa­cific Coat­ings Limited yes­ter­day con­trib­uted to­wards Gov­ern­ment’s re­build­ing ef­forts post Trop­i­cal Cy­clone Win­ston. At­tor­ney-Gen­eral Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum thanked the com­pany for com­ing on board Gov­ern­ment’s Adopta-School ini­tia­tive, which has al­ready re­ceived huge re­sponse lo­cally and in­ter­na­tion­ally. $10,000 in cash was do­nated to­wards the Prime Min­is­ter’s Re­lief fund by Pa­cific Coat­ings Limited while $40,000 worth of paint for re­paint­ing of dam­aged schools were do­nated by Du­lux. Paint would be de­liv­ered by the com­pany in which­ever colour was re­quested when the paint­ing of dam­aged schools were un­der­taken. Com­pany chief ex­ec­u­tive of­fi­cer Ge­orge Karount­zos said af­ter the dev­as­ta­tion of TC Win­ston, they brain­stormed how best they could as­sist Fiji and see­ing the im­por­tance Gov­ern­ment placed on re­pair­ing of dam­aged schools, the do­na­tion was de­cided. Jyoti Prat­i­bha Edited by Manasa Kalouniv­iti

Photo: DEPTFO News

At­tor­ney-Gen­eral Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum (right) with the chief ex­ec­u­tive of­fi­cer of Du­lux, Ge­orge Karount­zos (mid­dle).

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