ASSIGNMENT ID
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SUBJECT AREA Business
DOCUMENT TYPE Dissertation Proposal
CREATED ON 8th February 2016
COMPLETED ON 11th February 2016
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the impact of the technology on business

this is master degree work please it should be perfect I need 4000 words and it most be more than 20 sources and be specific, not general and focus
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