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Managing in a mixed economy

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by jjbar, Apr 8, 2010.

  1. jjbar

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    Hey guys. As part of my University degree one of my modules is an assignment on managing in a mixed economy. I decided to choose podiatry as my topic of choice.

    Im wondering if anyone can give me some relevant information on this subject matter. part of the assignment is to talk about PFI schemes, a public-private partnership, or a partnership aimed at regeneration towards podiatry, whether its NHS or private.

    please get back to me with any helpful information, very much appreciate it!
     
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