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Why Japan's industries should say 'yes' to the EAEG / Zainal Abidin Sulong
Bib ID 1674304
Format BookBook
Author
Zainal Abidin Sulong
 
Description Kuala Lumpur : ISIS (Malaysia), 1991 
8 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 9679471365
Notes

Paper presented at the 14th Joint Annual Conference of JAMECA-MAJECA in Kyoto, Japan, on June 6, 1991.

Subjects Japan -- Foreign economic relations -- East Asia.  |  East Asia -- Foreign economic relations -- Japan.  |  East Asia -- Economic integration.
Other authors/contributors Institute of Strategic and International Studies (Malaysia)

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