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(RMEG-March-2019) 2019 : 2nd International Forum on Recent Advances in Management, E Commerce, Global Economy and Social Sciences (RMEG-March-2019) Tokyo, Japan

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Link: http://tarij.com/rmeg-march-2019/
 
When Mar 23, 2019 - Mar 24, 2019
Where Hotel Mystays Ochanomizu Conference Cent
Submission Deadline Mar 13, 2019
Categories    business   social science   economics   management
 

Call For Papers

The RMEG conference is a top international academy for researchers, practitioners, developers, application users, scientists, academics and scholar students to explore revolutionary ideas , results, and to exchange techniques, tools, and experiences.
We invite participation of all interested in this meeting which provides an insight into original research contributions relating to all aspects of:
Social Sciences
Database engineering
Topics related to Management
Business
Economics
Social Science
Humanities
Education
literature
Applied sciences

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