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Summary tables of the 2000 census population
Bib ID 3065454
Format BookBook
Description Bairiki, Tarawa, Republic of Kiribati : Statistics Office, Ministry of Finance, [2001] 
iv, 47 p. ; 29 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

"October 2001."

Chiefly tables.

Subjects Kiribati -- Population -- Statistics.  |  Kiribati -- Census, 2000.
Other authors/contributors Kiribati. Ministry of Finance. Statistics Office
Also Titled

2000 census population

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