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IDB Country Strategy with the Commonwealth of the Bahamas 2013 - 2017

Commonwealth of the Bahamas Inter-American Development Bank Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Bahamas 27 November 2013 Policy document development, strategy

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The Inter-American Development Bank is the main source of multilateral financing in Latin America and the Caribbean. The Country Strategy (2010-2014) supports GoBH efforts to enhance growth by improving infrastructure and supporting small and middle-sized enterprises (SME) development. The current Government, which took office in May 2012, requested a new Country Strategy to reflect the current development priorities and align more with the 5-year political cycle.

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