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Wednesday, September 27, 2006 

PM says Investments in Infrastructural Projects Will Pay Dividends Beyond Cricket World Cup
Tuesday, September 27, 2006 – Saint Lucia’s active programme of national infrastructural development is aimed at transforming and modernizing the island's physical and economic landscape. And those projects associated with the 2007 Cricket World Cup, while preparing for the greatest sporting even the island will ever have hosted, are also geared at leaving an enduring legacy that will go beyond the boundary of the game.

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