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Formulate the consumption function for Mauritius using appropriate theories and suggest values for the coefficients of the independent variables based on theories. Given it’s a time series data set, explain in detail what tests would you perform check for multicollinearity, stationarity etc. Also comment on the, limitations of your model.
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