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Economics for South African Students Price

December 11, 2010 | Comments: 0 | Views: 94

For the economy to make progress (stabilize) there are certain things that must be done. There are several things that can be done. You can even get books that will help you familiarize yourself with those things. Read on to get the Economics for South African students price.

A number of books have been written to help stabilize the economy. This one is among the many books that are sold out there. If you want to get more information then go through the following article.

The Economics for South African students price is about R353.35. This book has a high customer rate which shows that it is really helpful. Its authors are Philip Mohr and Louis Fourie. The third edition is made for business and economics. Its price is about R135.00. The fourth edition is made for business and economics. It is classified under economics and management sciences. It has an introduction of economics, the bases and a close look at the economics dilemma.

It will take you through the problems and the solutions that you can apply. It will simply talk about the economy; the business and monetary section. This book is usually used in universities by economics and business students. You can carry this book around since it has 534 pages and weighs 1095g. It has a width of one hundred and ninety mm and a length of two hundred and sixty mm.

Since the Economics for South African students price is low, just about anyone can get it. If you want more data about this item or want to see the item, you can go to Shopbot.co.za. You can also go there to view other similar products.

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