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Darling Downs regional report : background material for 'The Future of Regional Development: Toowoomba-Darling Downs' Conference, Toowoomba, 23 October 1998
Bib ID 563297
Format BookBook
Description Toowoomba, [Qld.] : Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) ; University of Southern Queensland, Faculty of Commerce ; City of Toowoomba, 1998 
40 p. : ill., maps ; 30 cm 
ISBN 0858012464
Series

CEDA information paper ; no. 56

Information paper (Committee for Economic Development of Australia) ; no. 56

Notes

"October 1998"--Cover.

Subjects Transportation -- Queensland -- Darling Downs.  |  Darling Downs (Qld.) -- Economic conditions.
Other authors/contributors University of Southern Queensland. Faculty of Commerce  |  Committee for Economic Development of Australia  |  Toowoomba (Qld. : Municipality). Council
Available From GPO Box 2117T, Melbourne VIC 3001 
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