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by Holt, Harold, 1908-1967
New York : Far East-America Council of Commerce and Industry, Inc., 1965
Ōsutoraria no Ajia sekkin no jittai / Nihon Bōeki Shinkōkai
オ-ストラリアのアジア接近の実態 / 日本貿易振興会
Tōkyō : Nihon Bōeki Shinkōkai, c1996
東京 : 日本貿易振興会, c1996
by Pomfret, Richard W. T
Adelaide : Centre for International Economic Studies, University of Adelaide, 1996
by Herscovitch, Benjamin
St Leonards, NSW : the Centre for Independent Studies, 2013
BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, still image, volume]
Canberra : Australia in the Asian Century Task Force, 2012
BookBook, OnlineOnline
Ajia no kōgyōka to Nichi-Gō kankei / Kojima Kiyoshi hen
アジアの工業化と日豪関係 / 小島清編
Tokyo : Nichi-Gō Chōsa Iinkai, 1981
東京 : 日豪調調查委員会, 1981
Barton, ACT Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, 2013-2014
OnlineOnline [text, still image, online resource]
Mt. Pleasant, W.A. : Jensen Media Holdings (Aust.), 1987-
[Fitzroy, Vic.] : National Media Unit, Community Aid Abroad, 1993
by Little, Reg
Warriewood, N.S.W. : Business & Professional Publishing, c1997
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