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Vision 2030: Jamaica National Development Plan

Planning Institute of Jamaica; Government of Jamaica Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Jamaica 31 December 2009 Guidelines 978-976-8103-28-4 development, social development

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Vision 2030 Jamaica isthe strategic guide orroadmap to achieve thislevel of
development.Through short- and medium-term priorities,policies and
programmes which are captured in the MediumTerm Socio-Economic Policy
Framework (MTF),the Plan provides dynamism and flexibility.Thisframework
forimplementation facilitates consistent monitoring and evaluation and allows
domestic as well as global changesto be reflected and incorporated in the
planning process.

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