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The measurement, significance and costs of countertrade and its contribution to total import finance in the developing economies and in the traditional market economies / by John L. Simpson
Bib ID 1452902
Format BookBook
Author
Simpson, John L
 
Description Perth : Curtin University of Technology, 1993 
22, iii p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 186342234X
Series

Working paper series (Curtin University of Technology. School of Economics and Finance) ; 93.06.

Notes

Bibliography: p. 21-22.

Subjects Countertrade.
Other authors/contributors Curtin University of Technology. School of Economics and Finance

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