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The Effects of Social Spending on Growth in Sudan
H. Ali, Amin Mohamed Ali Haleeb
Published 2015
This paper have investigated the effects of social spending benefits on economic growth for the Sudan. The paper tries to answer the following questions: i) whether economic growth and social… Expand
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