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Nihon no taishi tōshi : Daiichi Chōsa Iinkai hōkokusho / hensha Tōa Kenkyujo
日本の對支投資 : 第一調查委員會報告書 / 編者東亞硏究所
Bib ID 1773408
Format BookBook
Description Tōkyō : Hara Shobō, Shōwa 49 [1974] 
東京 : 東亞硏究所, 昭和 49 [1974] 
4, 2, 620 pages ; 27 cm. 
Series

Meiji hyakunenshi sōsho ; 231.

明治百年史叢書 ;.

Notes

Reprint. Originally published by Tōa Kenkyujo, 1942.

Issued as confidential document.

Includes bibliographies.

Subjects Investments, Japanese -- China -- History.
Other authors/contributors Tōa Kenkyūjo (Tokyo, Japan). Dai 1 Chōsa Iinkai
東亞硏究所 (Tokyo, Japan). 第一調查委員會

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