STUDENT NUMBER: | NAME OF STUDENT: (PRINT CLEARLY)FAMILY NAME OTHER NAME(S) | COURSE: | NAME OF LECTURER:Mr SanjikaPerera | RECEIVED BY: | TITLE/TOPIC OF ASSIGNMENT:Group assignment – global financial crisis | “I certify that the attached assignment is my own work and that any material drawn from other sources has been fully acknowledged”. 22/05/2012Signed ………………………………..…… Date ………………. |
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