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Mineral resource supply in Australia and the Japanese market : a survey / by Derek T. Healey
Bib ID 1306322
Format BookBook
Author
Healey, Derek T
 
Description [Adelaide] : Centre for Asian Studies, University of Adelaide, 1977 
33,[2] leaves ; 30cm. 
ISBN 0909688508
Series

Working paper in Asian studies ; no. 5.

Notes

Paper prepared for the 5th World Congress of Economics, Tokyo, 1977.

Bibliography: leaf [35].

Subjects Mineral resources. Role in foreign trade with Japan. Australia. Research reports.  |  Mines and mineral resources -- Australia.  |  Australia -- Commerce -- Japan.  |  Japan -- Commerce -- Australia.

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