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Who owns whom: Australasia and Far East
Bib ID 2809908
Format JournalJournal
Description London : O.W. Roskill Co., 1972-1992 
v. ; 26 cm. 
ISSN 0302-4091 
Notes

"A directory of parent, associate and subsidiary companies."

Published: High Wycombe, Bucks. : Dun & Bradstreet International, <1992>

Life Dates 1972-1992 
Later Title

Who owns whom. Continental Europe 0140-6582

Who owns whom. North America 0308-8502

Who owns whom. United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland

Who owns whom (High Wycombe, England)

Former Title

Who owns whom. Australia and Japan, international

Subjects Corporations - Australasia - Directories.  |  Corporations - East Asia - Directories.
Also Titled

Who owns whom: Australasia & Far East <1985->

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