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Australia-Japan relations / John Crawford
Bib ID 2332580
Format BookBook
Author
Crawford, John, Sir, 1910-1984
 
Description Canberra : Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, 1983 
13 p. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0864130023 (paperback)
Series

Research paper (Australia-Japan Research Centre) ; no. 103.

Pacific economic papers ; no. 103.

Notes

"Presented in Tokyo on 7 June 1983 at the Australia-Japan Economic Issues Symposium held under the auspices of the Australian financial review and the Nihon keizai shimbum (Japan economic journal)'.

Subjects Australia -- Commerce -- Japan.  |  Japan -- Commerce -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Australia-Japan Research Centre  |  Australian National University. Research School of Pacific Studies

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