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IDB Country Strategy with the Commonwealth of the Bahamas

Commonwealth of the Bahamas Inter-American Development Bank Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Bahamas 28 February 2010 Policy document development, strategy

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The sectors identified for Bank’s support under the new strategy reflect the Bank’s institutional priorities and are aligned with the priorities of the Government of The Bahamas (GOBH) – energy, water and sanitation, transport, and SME development.

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