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Published by N.Z. Institute of Economic Research in [Wellington] .
Written in English



  • New Zealand,
  • Australia


  • International economic integration.,
  • New Zealand -- Commerce -- Australia.,
  • Australia -- Commerce -- New Zealand.

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Bibliographical footnotes.

StatementBy F. W. Holmes.
SeriesDiscussion paper no. 10 of the N.Z. Institute of Economic Research, Discussion paper (New Zealand Institute of Economic Research) ;, no. 10.
LC ClassificationsHC661 .N38a no. 10
The Physical Object
Pagination39 p.
Number of Pages39
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5572664M
LC Control Number67082005

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