Army job cuts to hit Marshall Islands’ coffers

MAJURO Marshall Islands - The recent announcement about the U.S. Army's plan to lay off 4.5% of its workforce at the Kwajalein missile range in the Marshall Islands not only portends another economic hit for a country with more than 30% unemployment rate but - because a majority of the axed jobs are those of high-salaried Americans - will impact the local government's tax collections . . .

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