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The Inter-relation of manufacturing industry policy and urban and regional development policy : a submission to the Committee to Advise on Policies for Manufacturing Industry / Department of Urban and Regional Development
Bib ID 2763826
Format BookBook
Author
Australia. Department of Urban and Regional Development
 
Description Canberra : Dept. of Urban and Regional Development, 1975 
2 vol. ; 30cm. 
ISBN 0642930732 (spiral binding)
Full contents Vol.2 consists of appendices. 
Subjects Manufacturing industries. Policies of Commonwealth government. Related to Commonwealth government policy on urban and regional development. Australia. Reports, surveys.  |  Australia. Urban development & regional development. Policies of Commonwealth government. Related to Commonwealth government policy on manufacturing industries. Reports, surveys.  |  Manufactures -- Australia.  |  City planning -- Australia.  |  Regional planning -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Australia. Committee to Advise on Policies for Manufacturing Industry

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