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Paragraphs Related to the Theme Paragraphs VII Summit
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Date:  4/11/2012 
To achieve higher levels of business development and sustainable economic growth, Suriname will continue promotion of diversified activity in the transport sector.

The International Transport Security and Safety Standards have been implemented in port management and by the Maritime Authority Suriname (MAS).

Opening the hinterland through land, water and air transport, in order to eradicate extreme poverty, is being achieved by the introduction of affordable domestic airline tickets, and by improving bus connections.
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