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close this bookInformation Technology in Selected Countries (UNU, 1994, 148 pages)
close this folder3: Development of information technology in Nigeria
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View the document1. Introduction
View the document2. Growth of information technology
View the document3. IT policy
View the document4. The computer service industry
View the document5. Telecommunications
View the document6. Applications of IT
View the document7. Education and training in IT
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