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Commerce in SOSE : an outcomes approach / Jeremy Loftus-Hills
Bib ID 1612176
Format BookBook
Author
Loftus-Hills, Jeremy
 
Description South Melbourne : Macmillan Education, 1997 
xii, 324 p. : col. ill., ports ; 28 cm. 
ISBN 0732944589
Notes

Includes index.

Year 9 and 10 secondary students.

Subjects Civics, Australian.  |  Australia -- Economic conditions.
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