THE controversial Skyline Investment Group says it is moving slowly to fully establish in the country.
One of the company’s directors Pan Yan Bing said they are slowly evolving towards full establishment in the Solomon Islands, since commitment to businesses in other countries consume most of their time and efforts.
Mr Bing earlier said, Skyline Investment Group of Company operates in Fiji, Samoa, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, Netherlands and the United States.
He said, the company’s boss Jason Liu Tao is now in Melbourne at the moment and recently informed him that they will address things step by step.
Mr Bing earlier said, Mr Tao was in New Zealand a week ago and was expected in the country.
He said their priority towards the proposed development here is the housing scheme project for public servants, which they vow to take the first step by securing a land before their construction work could start.
He also claimed that Skyline Company is taking the risk to invest in Solomon Islands, since government is the only security against their investment here.
“Thus it is not safe for them because government can change anytime.”
Mr Bing said, he will be leaving for Fiji this coming Saturday and will hand over the office keys to a lady they have identified to look after the office at Hyundai mall.
He was unable to confirm when he or Mr Tao will arrive back in the country.
Meanwhile, Director to Foreign Investment Division (FID) Derek Aihari said, his office will continue to monitor the performance of this controversial Skyline firm.
“We treat them as normal client, since they apply through the normal process. We don’t have due diligence but we have process to review registration after one year, thus if they’re not performing then we could de-register them,” FID Director added.
Mr Aihari said, their application was lodged from Fiji, therefore they rely on their registration in Suva to have them registered here. “But we will see how things go.”
By AATAI JOHN