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Report on the tourist industry in the A.C.T. : an analysis of current demands and facilities and a projection over the next five years / prepared by the fourth year management certificate students
Bib ID 2044647
Format BookBook
Author
Canberra Technical College. Management Certificate Course
 
Description [Canberra] : Canberra Technical College, 1969 
34 [12] l. : graphs, map, tables ; 30 cm. 
Notes

Processed.

Bibliography: 1.34.

Subjects Tourism -- Australian Capital Territory.

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