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Collection of posters on business [picture]
Bib ID 3961738
Format PicturePicture
Description [1986 -] 
<11> posters : col. ill. ; 66 x 80 cm. and smaller. 
Full contents
  • Now available, GST how-to video series / Australian Taxation Office
  • Quintex Limited, creating new horizons
  • Support the Tobin Tax!
  • Take a walk into the future, CSS
  • Take a walk into the future, PSS
  • Our lamb is so good Mr Clinton wants it / Meat and Livestock Australia
  • America has put tariffs on our lamb, we suggest rosemary and garlic / Meat and Livestock Australia
  • Beat tough tariffs, eat tender lamb / Meat and Livestock Australia
  • With all our best to Australia from New Zealand
  • Invest any amount as long as you want
 
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Subjects Banks and banking -- Australia -- Posters.  |  Business -- Posters.  |  Australia -- Posters.
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