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    by lowering the productivity of Anwar Khan et al. 22 individual teacher and of educational institution. The teachers’ resources act as...

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    satisfaction and loyalty. We also propose to determine how logistics ICT influences this consequence chain. Our objective therefore, is to examine the...

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