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Plotting a course for agriculture in South Australia : final report / South Australian Department of Primary Industries
Bib ID 6264549
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Primary Industries South Australia, author, issuing body
 
Description [Adelaide] : South Australian Department of Primary Industries, 1992 
33 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm 
Notes

Cover title.

"November 4, 1992"

Consultants: McKinsey and Company.

Subjects Agriculture -- South Australia.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors McKinsey and Company, consultant to a project

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