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Jerusha Sequeira is a reporter contributing to Big Project ME and Truck & Fleet ME magazines. She writes news and features on topics across the construction, machinery and commercial vehicles industries in the UAE and wider Middle East and contributes to the digital platform daily. She graduated from the American University of Sharjah in 2014 with a BA in Mass Communication/Journalism. Jerusha has previously interned with the local daily Gulf News, and has worked with on-campus publications at AUS.
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