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The I. L. O. and reconstruction / report by the acting director of the International Labour Office to the Conference of the International Labour Organisation, New York, October 1941
Bib ID 3602864
Format BookBook
Author
International Labour Office
 
Description Montreal : International Labour Office, 1941 
112 p. ; 24 cm. 
Notes

At head of title: International Labour Office.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects International Labour Organisation.  |  Reconstruction (1939-1951)  |  Economic policy.
Other authors/contributors International Labour Conference (1941 : New York)

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