The Economy : an Australian focus. Book 1 / Ian Humphreys ... [et al.]
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- Melbourne : Longman Cheshire, 1988
- 209 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
- 0582684838 (paperback)
- For secondary school students.
- Includes index.
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- Humphreys, I. J. (Ian J.)
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