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Taiwan huo bi yu jin rong lun wen ji / Zong zhu bian Yu Zongxian ; ben ji zhu bian Qiu Zhengxiong
臺灣貨幣與金融論文集 / 總主編于宗先 ; 本集主編邱正雄
Bib ID 2454577
Format BookBook
Printer (Minguo 73 i.e. 1984 printing)
(民國73 i.e. 1984 printing)
Description Taibei Shi : Lian jing chu ban shi ye gong si, Minguo 64 [1975] 
臺北市 : 聯經出版事業公司, 民國64 [1975] 
2, 5, 2, 508 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. 
Series

Taiwan jing ji fa zhan lun wen ji.

臺灣經濟發展論文集.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Money -- Taiwan.  |  Finance -- Taiwan.
Other authors/contributors Qiu, Zhengxiong  |  Yu, Zongxian, 1930-
邱正雄  |  于宗先, 1930-
Also Titled

Tai-wan huo bi yu jin rong lun wen ji.

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