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August 2005
Investment Management Weekly;8/15/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 32, p10
Presents several employee retirement systems (ERS) in the U.S. looking for plan proposals. Nevada Public ERS; New York State Teachers' Retirement System; Watertown Contributory Retirement System; Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation.


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