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Saint Lucia Government Gets XCD 3.1M In Taiwanese Grant Funds For Bilateral Projects

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The Government of Saint Lucia will commit XCD 3.1 million in grant funding from Taiwan towards building capacity and enhancing efficiency in agro-processing, juvenile reform, judicial administration and social development projects.

The funding will be allocated to support six strategic areas for development.

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SOURCE: Office of the Prime Minister. Headline photo: Stock image.

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  1. You’re having a laugh!! Really! I suspect that money will go in the pockets of the corrupt government!

  2. Once again best PM ever. He must hv another record now as the PM receiving the most photp shoots receiving cheques from friendly govts.

  3. Hear that at a agro processor meeting a processor posted the question why can’t the taiwanese assist in our local manufacturer to gain access to machinery and packaging materials. You know what the taiwanese delegate said that the country is too small to make such available and we have the MOA sitting like dummies


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