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The agricultural machinery industry : an appraisal of the current global situation : production and market outlook
Bib ID 42909
Format BookBook
Description [Vienna] : United Nations Industrial Development Organization, Sectoral Studies Branch, Division for Industrial Studies, 1983 
vi, 87 p. ; 30 cm. 
Series

Sectoral studies series ; no. 5 ; v. 1.

Notes

Cover title.

"UNIDO/IS.408."

"29 September 1983."

Bibliography: p. 84-86.

Subjects Agricultural machinery -- Trade and manufacture.
Other authors/contributors United Nations Industrial Development Organization. Sectoral Studies Branch

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