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The significance of the salt industry in Ch'ing China / by Chiang Tao-chang
Bib ID 389583
Format BookBook
Author
Chiang, Tao-chang, 1929-
 
Description Singapore : Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences, College of Graduate Studies, Nanyang University, 1976 
[20] leaves ; 28 cm. 
Series

Occasional paper series (Nanyang University, Singapore. College of Graduate Studies. Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences) ; no. 7.

Subjects Salt industry and trade -- China -- History.
Other authors/contributors Nanyang University. Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences. College of Graduate Studies

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