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Australian government response to the Senate, Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport References Committee report on Operational issues in export grain networks
Bib ID 6889256
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, volume]
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Australia, author
 
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Description [Canberra] : [Australian Government], [2013?] 
5 leaves ; 30 cm 
Notes

Caption title.

Also available online. Address as at 22/06/2015: http://www.agriculture.gov.au/about/obligations/government-responses/gov-response-srratrc-report-operational-issues-export-grain-networks

Subjects Australia. Parliament. Senate. Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport References Committee Operational issues in export grain networks.  |  Wheat trade -- Government policy -- Australia.  |  Exports -- Government policy -- Australia.  |  Australian

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