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This question comes only when the interview is about to end. Never say "no".
At the same time do not ask about salary or promotion prospects.
You can ask something using your research on the organization.
For example -
- "I understand your main competitor is X , is that right ..and who do you feel are the main players making progress in the industry"?
- "What type of projects will I be able to assist on"?
Keep it simple, don't pepper the interviewer with technical questions to which he or she may not know the answers.
Use your questions as an expression of interest and appreciation.
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