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Mian xiang xin shi ji de wo guo chan ye jie gou zheng ce / Jiang Xuan zhu bian
面向新世纪的我国产业结构政策 / 蒋选主编
Bib ID 2546061
Format BookBook
Edition Di 1 ban. 
第1版. 
Description Beijing Shi : Zhongguo ji hua chu ban she, 2003 
北京市 : 中囯计划出版社, 2003 
7, 509 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 7801771826
Notes

"Guo jia she hui ke xue ji jin xiang mu."

Includes bibliographical references.

"囯家社会科学基金项目."

Subjects Industrial organization -- China.  |  Industrial policy -- China.
Other authors/contributors Jiang, Xuan
蒋选

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