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An empirical study of food consumption in rural and urban households of the Philippines / by Myrna C. De Vega and Brian S. Fisher
Bib ID 1716770
Format BookBook
Author
De Vega, Myrna C
 
Description Sydney : Dept. of Agricultural Economics, University of Sydney, 1983 
ix, 114 p. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0867581913
Series

Research report (University of Sydney. Department of Agricultural Economics) no. 9.

Notes

Bibliography: p. 110-114.

Subjects Food consumption -- Philippines.  |  Consumption (Economics) -- Philippines.
Other authors/contributors Fisher, Brian S. (Brian Stanley)  |  University of Sydney. Department of Agricultural Economics

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