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National Economics Students Association

25 Jan 2019
Economists, top industry players and the National Economics Students Association (NESA) have said that the country’s development and economic prosperity is tied to strategic investment of subsidy funds in critical infrastructure and social security. They acknowledged that development of any economy involves a painstaking process, stressing that the subsidy fund would find better use if…

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