Africa in the 21st Century: A Futuristic Exercise
Printwell Publishers Distributors, Jan 1, 1998 - Africa - 211 pages
The Present Study Is An Investigation Into The Performance Of Andhra Pradesh State Financial Corporation, Whose Performance Has Been Adjudged As One Of The Best In The Country. The Study Attains Relevance In The Context Of Major Thrust On Industrialization Achieved Especially Through Promotion Of Small And Medium Enterprises In The Less Developed Regions Of The Country. It Focuses On Balanced Regional Development, Creation Of New Class Of Entrepreneurs, Provision Of Self-Employment Opportunities To Rural Artisans And Unemployed In Every Five Year Olanthrough State Intervention. Text Clean, Condition Good.
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The Dimensions of Poverty in SubSaharan Africa
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