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National Development Plan 2003-2007

Department of Economic Affairs, Commerce and Industry Government of Aruba Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Aruba 1 April 2003 Policy document development, plan

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Description

The National Development Plan (NDP) is a five year plan in which the policy of the
government and the subsequent investments are stated for a period of five years. The goal
of the NDP is to adjust government policy to the available financial resources. In view of
the limited resources, priorities are set based on previously formed criteria.

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