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Over 600 million dollars spent to implement JEEP

JIS News | January 12, 2015
Over 600 million dollars spent to implement JEEP Programmes since last year; Finance Minister expects amicable public sector wage negotiations; and Jamaica to benefit from recent meeting of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States.
Presenter: Oroyo Eubanks
Producer: Vaughn Davis
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