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The United States and Latin America : partners in an interdependent world : speech by Mr Antonio Ortiz mena, President of the Inter-American Development Bank, at the Los Angeles World Affairs Council, Los Angeles, California, September 17, 1973
Bib ID 4496997
Format BookBook
Author
Ortiz Mena, Antonio
 
Description Washington, Inter-American Development Bank, 1973 
8 p. 28 cm. 
Subjects Inter-American Development Bank.  |  Latin America -- Foreign economic relations -- United States.  |  United States -- Foreign economic relations -- Latin America.

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