Financing For Life Long Education:For Real GDP Growth In Jamaica
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KeywordsGovernment of Jamaica(GOJ); Ministry Of Education; Jamaica; Jamaica teachers association(JTA; Jamaica Union Of tertiary Students(JUTS); UWI Mona Guild Of Students; UTECH Students Union; People National Party(PNP); Jamaica Labour Party(JLP); Private Sector Of Jamaica(PSOJ); Jamaica Employers Fderation(JEF); Jamaica Chamber of Commerce(JCC); Kingston And St Andrew Corporation(KSAC); University Of The West Indies(UWI); University Of Technology(UTECH); Northern caribbean University(NCU); World Bank; Jamaica; International Monetary Fund; Jamaica; Inter-American Development Bank(IDB); Jamaica;
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