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Plan Estratégico Económico y Social PEES - 2008-2013: Propuesta para un crecimiento económico con inclusión social en Paraguay (Economic and Social Strategic Plan PEES – 2008-2013: Proposal for a socially inclusive economic growth in Paraguay)

Republic of Paraguay Equipo Economico Nacional; UNDP; Ministry of State Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Paraguay 31 December 2008 Policy document development, strategy

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El Plan Estratégico Económico y Social (PEES) contiene una serie de propuestas para un crecimiento económico con inclusión social en Paraguay. Es un plan desarrollado por el Equipo Económico Nacional de Paraguay junto con el Gobierno de la República de Paraguay. El objetivo del PEES es asumir las dificultades sociales y económicas en el país con el fin de resolverlas.

The Economic and Social Strategic Plan (PEES) of Paraguay contains a number of proposals for a socially inclusive economic growth in Paraguay. The plan has been developed by the National Economic Team of Paraguay, together with the Government of the Republic of Paraguay. The PEES aims to assume the social and economic difficulties of the countries in order to solve them.

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