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Standardisation and regulatory reform : selected cases / [prepared by Keiya Iida]
Bib ID 1461768
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Iida, Keiya
 
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Description Paris : OECD, c2000 
36 p. ; 30 cm. 
Series

OECD working papers ; v. 8, no. 9

Notes

"Prepared by Keiya Iida of the Trade Directorate ..."--T.p. verso.

At head of title: Trade Directorate, Trade Committee, Working Party of the Trade Committee.

"TD/TC/WP(99)47/FINAL".

"OLIS : 24-Feb-2000".

"Dist. : 25-Feb-2000".

"87843".

"Unclassified".

Includes bibliographical references.

Online version at: www.oecd.org/ech.

Subjects Standardization.
Other authors/contributors Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Trade Committee  |  Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Trade Committee. Working Party  |  OECD Trade Directorate

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