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An examination of shifting costs and their effects on Tasmanian exporting industries / by C.P. Haddon-Cave
Bib ID 641816
Format BookBook
Author
Haddon-Cave, C. P. (Charles Philip)
 
Description Hobart : University of Tasmania, 1945 
ii, 178 leaves ; 35 cm. 
Notes

At head of title: The University of Tasmania. Department of Economics and Commerce. Research project 1945.

Subjects Shipping - Tasmania - Rates.  |  Mineral industries - Economic aspects - Tasmania.  |  Manufactures - Economic aspects - Tasmania.  |  Agricultural industries - Economic aspects - Tasmania.  |  Tasmania - Commerce.
Other authors/contributors University of Tasmania. Department of Economics and Commerce

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