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Agreement terminating the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation financial agreement, 1973 and Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation financial agreement, 1983, (Nicosia, 19 November 1982)). Entry into force for Australia: 1 April 1983 / Department of Foreign Affairs
Bib ID 1511828
Format BookBook
Uniform Title Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation Financial Agreement
Description Canberra : Dept. of Foreign Affairs, 1973 
6 p. ; 25cm. 
Series

Australia. Treaties, etc. (Treaty series) ; 1983 no. 15.

Subjects Telecommunication -- Law and legislation -- Commonwealth countries.
Other authors/contributors Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation. Treaties, etc., November 19, 1983  |  Australia

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