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China daily index
Bib ID 648723
Format JournalJournal
Description Nathan, Qld. : China Daily Index Project, [1990?-1994] 
5 v ; 30 cm. 
ISSN 1035-3380 
Notes

"A joint project of China daily, Beijing, China, and Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia."

Index to: China daily (International edition).

Vols. for 1990-1992 are annual cumulations of: Index to China daily, which it absorbed in 1993.

Life Dates 1990-1994  Ceased in Sept./Oct. 1994 
Later Title

China daily index

Former Title

Index to China daily

Related Title

China daily (International edition) 0253-9543

Frequency Bimonthly, with annual cumulations, 1993-1994 
Previous Frequency Annual, 1990-1992 
Subjects China daily (International edition) -- Indexes -- Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors Griffith University. Library  |  China Daily Index Project
Also Titled

China daily index

China daily (International edition)

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