Kingdom of the Netherlands-Aruba; Selected Issues and Statistical Appendix
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KeywordsBalance of payments; Economic growth; Aruba; Minimum wage; Nonoil sector; Fiscal policy; Gross domestic product; Selected issues; Pension funds; Tourism; Statistical annexes; real gdp; renewable energy; gdp growth;
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