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Research data: GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES
2021 'Covid has created some other opportunities': cautious optimism among young African graduates navigating life in a time of pandemic
This paper reports on the various impacts the Coronavirus pandemic has had on a cohort of recent African university graduates currently enro...
Cash holding is one of the most significant components of a firms current assets. The benefit of holding cash revolves around choosing the o...