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The new world order and the destruction of Australian industry / Jeremy Lee
Bib ID 3025392
Format BookBook
Author
Lee, Jeremy, 1931-
 
Description Cranbrook, W.A. : Veritas, c1991 
iv, 94 p. : ill., ports. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0646052462
Subjects International economic relations.  |  Industries -- Australia.  |  Australia -- Foreign relations.
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