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August, 29 - 10:25 AM

Cautions on Monetary Fund's intent to reduce Dominican Public Admin

Santo Domingo.- Public administration consultant Raymundo Amaro Guzman cautioned against International Monetary Fund's (IMF) suggestion to reduce the scope of the National Public Administration Office (ONAP), could place State public workers' jobs in peril.

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