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Resources diplomacy / H. W. Arndt
Bib ID 1609023
Format BookBook
Author
Arndt, H. W. (Heinz Wolfgang), 1915-2002
 
Description Canberra : Australian National University, 1974 
15 leaves ; 30 cm. 
Series

Research paper (Australia-Japan Economic Relations Research Project)

Notes

"Paper circulated under the auspices of the Australian Committee of the Australia-Japan Economic Relations Research Project. The paper was delivered at the Fourth National Conference of the Australian Institute of International Affairs, June 1974."

Other authors/contributors Australia-Japan Economic Relations Research Project

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