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Canada and the transformation of the East European economies

policy challenges of the 1990"s
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Canadian Institute for International Peace and Security , [Ottawa]
Economic history -- Europe, Eastern., Europe, Eastern -- Economic condi
Other titlesEast European economies., Policy challenges of the 1990"s., Le Canada et la transformation des économies en Europe de l"est les défis politiques des armées 1990.
Statementby Carl H. McMillan.
SeriesBackground paper (Canadian Institute for International Peace and Security) -- no. 35
ContributionsMcMillan, Carl H.
The Physical Object
Pagination7 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL18347753M
ISBN 100662184629
OCLC/WorldCa29445365

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