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Japanese industrial standard
Bib ID 1698890
Format JournalJournal
Edition English ed. 
Description Tokyo : Japanese Standards Association 
Notes

Each issue has a distinctive title.

Looseleaf. Kept up to date with revised issues of individual standards.

Description based on: 1979.

Subjects Standardization - Japan.
Other authors/contributors Nihon Kikaku Kyokai
Also Titled

JIS

Japanese industrial standards

Japanese standards.

Japanese industrial standards.

Japanese standard.

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