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Natural resources and international development

Natural resources and international development

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Published by Johns Hopkins Press .
Written in English


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Published for Resources for the Future.

Statemented. by M.Clawson.
ContributionsClawson, Marion, 1905-
The Physical Object
Pagination462p.
Number of Pages462
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Open LibraryOL14066445M

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