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Improving access to land within the settlements of Port Moresby / by Satish Chand and Charles Yala
Bib ID 4733731
Format BookBook
Author
Chand, Satish
 
Description Boroko, Papua New Guinea : National Research Institute, 2008 
vi, 27 p. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 9980751576
Series

NRI special publication ; no. 49.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 26-27)

Subjects Land settlement -- Papua New Guinea -- Port Moresby.
Other authors/contributors Yala, Charles  |  National Research Institute (Boroko, Papua New Guinea)

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