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Menguak hubungan dagang Indonesia-Israel / Angga Aulia Akbar
Bib ID 6195239
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Akbar, Angga Aulia, 1984- author
 
Edition Cetakan pertama. 
Description Serpong, Tangerang Selatan : Marjin Kiri, 2013 
©2013 
vi, 100 pages ; 20 cm 
ISBN 9789791260183
Notes

Revision of the author's thesis (master's)--Universitas Nasional, Jakarta.

Includes bibliographical references (pages [83]-89) and index.

Subjects Indonesia -- Foreign relations -- Israel.  |  Indonesia -- Foreign economic relations -- Israel.  |  Israel -- Foreign economic relations -- Indonesia.

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