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Monetary policy and the businessman : address given by Dr. H.C. Coombs, Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia, at the Summer School of Business Administration, Adelaide University on 17th February, 1960
Bib ID 4300272
Format BookBook
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Coombs, H. C. (Herbert Cole), 1906-1997
 
Description Sydney : Reserve Bank of Australia, 1960 
16 leaves ; 34 cm. 
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Subjects Monetary policy -- Australia  |  Currency question -- Australia.  |  Finance, Public -- Australia.

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