Agricultural policies, markets and trade monitoring and outlook 1993 : in the central and Eastern European countries, the New Independent States and China.

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  • Agriculture and state -- Europe, Eastern.,
  • Agriculture and state -- China.

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At head of title page: Centre for Co-operation with the European Economies in Transition.

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ContributionsCentre for Co-operation with the European Economies in Transition.
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Pagination131p. ;
Number of Pages131
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Open LibraryOL20909076M
ISBN 109264139168

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