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Handbook of services and assistance to industry provided by commonwealth and state governments and agencies / Department of Industry and Commerce
Bib ID 1291610
Format BookBook
Author
Australia. Department of Industry and Commerce
 
Description Canberra : Australian Government Publishing Service, 1979 
iii, 77p. : maps ; 26 cm. 
ISBN 0642909210
Notes

Australian Government Publishing Service cat. no.7769146.

At head of title: Department of Industry and Commerce.

Subjects Commonwealth government departments & state government departments. Australia. Directories. For Australian businessmen.  |  Industrial policy -- Australia -- Directories.  |  Executive departments -- Australia -- Directories.
Also Titled

Handbook of government services and assistance to industry


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