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Saturday, September 09, 2006 

The 2006 Small States Forum
This is an event that deserves not to be left un-attended. With the upcoming 2006 Small States Forum that will be held in Singapore, September 18, 2006, the people gathered there will have the opportunities to discuss and exchange ideas about the relevance of such issues as the Private Sector Development, labor mobility and remittances, and their impacts on the development of Small States.
And of course, as I also did not want to be left stranded with such a tiny piece of information from my side, I also managed to find the provisional agenda for those meetings.

“Ooops! I was about to say if further information are needed… which is an understatement. And for further info. interested parties can contact the 2006 Small States Forum Conference Officer: Ms. Rachel McColgan, World Bank, ssfsecretariat@worldbank.org


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