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APA Citation

Kojima, Kiyoshi.  (1975).  Harmonisation of Japanese and Australia economic policies.  Tokyo :  Japan Economic Research Center

MLA Citation

Kojima, Kiyoshi.  Harmonisation of Japanese and Australia economic policies / edited by Kiyoshi Kojima  Japan Economic Research Center Tokyo  1975

Australian/Harvard Citation

Kojima, Kiyoshi.  1975,  Harmonisation of Japanese and Australia economic policies / edited by Kiyoshi Kojima  Japan Economic Research Center Tokyo

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  | title=Harmonisation of Japanese and Australia economic policies / edited by Kiyoshi Kojima
  | author1=Kojima, Kiyoshi, 1920-
  | year=1975
  | publisher=Japan Economic Research Center
  | language=English
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