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Complaints about new uni fees? Consider them a free economics lesson

21 June 2020

1:29 PM

21 June 2020

1:29 PM

The concept of a loan is something we all deal with in our everyday lives. From loaning money to buy a house or purchasing a car to more menial things like borrowing a book, it’s intrinsic to human nature and allows our society to function effectively.  

Within the terms of any loan is an expectation for repayment or compensation; a shared liability if you will, thus differentiating it from a typical donation.

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