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Byline: Taye Obateru
When social scientists say for every action there is a reaction or when James Hardly Chase wrote There's Always a Price Tag several years ago, they might not have had Jos, the Plateau State Capital in mind.
However, the two are apt in describing the situation in the Plateau State where ethno-religious crisis has raged intermittently for close to 10 years and has so far defied solution. While the cost in loss of lives and property has received wide publicity, the economic effects which have received similar but less attention are beginning to bite harder and might get worse.
Although the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN), financial and economic experts and others have lamented the negative effect of the prolonged crisis on …