3 edition of Industrial co-operation and investment in Yugoslavia found in the catalog.
Industrial co-operation and investment in Yugoslavia
Jan G. Bauwens
1986 by Office for Official Publications of the European Communities in Luxembourg .
Written in English
Prepared for: Commission of European Communities by Cegos Management Development, London andTranstec, Brussels.
|Statement||Jan G. Bauwens, Nicholas Bueno de Mesquita, Martin Jones.|
|Series||Document / Commission of the European Communities|
|Contributions||Jones, Martin., Bueno de Mesquita, Nicholas., Commission of the European Communities., Cegos Management Development., Transtec.|
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