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APA Citation

National Economic Summit Conference.  (1983).  The Structure and role of the Economic Planning Advisory Council (EPAC).  Canberra :  Government Printer

MLA Citation

National Economic Summit Conference.  The Structure and role of the Economic Planning Advisory Council (EPAC)  Government Printer Canberra  1983

Australian/Harvard Citation

National Economic Summit Conference.  1983,  The Structure and role of the Economic Planning Advisory Council (EPAC)  Government Printer Canberra

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  | title=The Structure and role of the Economic Planning Advisory Council (EPAC)
  | author1=National Economic Summit Conference 1983 : Canberra, A.C.T.)
  | year=1983
  | publisher=Government Printer
  | language=English
}}

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