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American Samoa Economic Development Implementation Plan

American Samoa Government Territorial Economic Development Implementation Plan Task Force and Department of Commerce Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies American Samoa November 2014 Policy document

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The Economic Development Implementation Plan for American Samoa (EDIPAS) will serve as the Territory’s overarching economic development plan for Fiscal Years 2014 -2017. The document endeavors to be an implementation plan around which both the public and private sectors can coordinate and supplement their developmental efforts as we share information and work together in order to contribute to the overall growth of American Samoa’s economy.

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