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Ecuador's Amazon region : development issues and options / James F. Hicks, with the collaboration of Herman E. Daly, Shelton H. Davis and Maria de Lourdes de Freitas
Bib ID 4651849
Format BookBook
Author
Hicks, James F., 1944-
 
Description Washington, D.C. : World Bank, c1990 
xii, 41 p. : col. maps ; 28 cm. 
ISBN 0821315013
Series

World Bank discussion papers ; 75.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 39-41)

Subjects Oriente (Ecuador) -- Economic policy.  |  Oriente (Ecuador) -- Economic conditions.  |  Ecuador  |  Economic policy  |  Economic development  |  Sustainable development  |  Overseas item
Other authors/contributors Daly, Herman E  |  Davis, Shelton H  |  Freitas, Maria de Lourdes de, 1938-

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