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Bunga rampai pokok-pokok pikiran tentang pembangunan koperasi : diterbitkan dalam rangka memperingati Dies Natalis X Institut Manajemen Koperasi Indonesia (IKOPIN) 7 Mei 1982 - 7 Mei 1992 / editor Ir. Rusidi, Maman Suratman
Bib ID 2636469
Format BookBook
Description Bandung : Institut Manajemen Koperasi Indonesia, 1992 
x, 265 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. 
Notes

In Indonesian ; one paper in English.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Cooperation -- Indonesia.
Other authors/contributors Rusidi  |  Suratman, Maman

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