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Third Medium-Term Growth and Social Protection Strategy (GSPS): 2012-2014

Government of the Commonwealth of Dominica Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Dominica 31 December 2012 Guidelines development, health system, social security

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The Commonwealth of Dominica’s Growth and Social Protection Strategy (GSPS) articulates a broad mediumterm strategic framework for growth and poverty reduction over the next three years. Priorities set in this document make poverty reduction the focus of the Government’s economic and social policy. The Government regards the pursuit of sustained strong economic growth to be the main route to poverty reduction.

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