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Annual report to AITC : a report to the Australian Industry and Technololgy Council / by the NIES Advisory Board
Bib ID 1742765
Format JournalJournal
Author
National Industry Extension Service (Australia)
 
Description Canberra : NIES, 1991- 
v. ; 25-30 cm. 
Numbering Note Report for 1990/91 covers the period 1990 to 20 Sept. 1991; later reports cover report year, July to June. 
Life Dates 1990-91- 
Former Title

National Industry Extension Service (Australia). Report

Subjects National Industry Extension Service (Australia) -- Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors Australian Industry and Technology Council
Also Titled

Title varies slightly: Annual report <1992/93>-

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