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Agriculture 1980- : New Zealand and the EEC
Bib ID 1740011
Format BookBook
Author
Mansholt, Sicco
 
Description Wellington : New Zealand Institute of International Affairs, 1969 
25 p. 
Subjects Agriculture -- Economic aspects.  |  European Economic Community -- Foreign economic relations -- New Zealand.  |  New Zealand -- Foreign economic relations -- European Economic Community.
Other authors/contributors New Zealand Institute of International Affairs
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