International trade and development, theory and policy. by JoМЃzef SoЕ‚daczuk

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Published by PWN-Polish Scientific Publishers in Warszawa .

Written in English

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  • Poland

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  • International trade.,
  • Poland -- Commerce.

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Statement[Translations by S. Bedford and others]
SeriesProblems of economic theory and practice in Poland, 2
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LC ClassificationsHF81 .S65
The Physical Object
Pagination345 p.
Number of Pages345
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Open LibraryOL5750773M
LC Control Number71000321

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