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Government Expenditure In The Manufacturing Sector And Economic Growth In Nigeria
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Author(s)
Ishola Saheed Ademola 
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ABSTRACT
The contribution of the manufacturing sector of the economy cannot be over emphasized when considering its role in building grounds for development, its employment potentials and financial impacts on the economy. This study is set forth to explore the ave
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