Prerequisites for economic growth
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Prerequisites for economic growth a discussion by the Conference Board Economic Forum and guests, held at Hotel Pierre, New York City, Sept. 24, 1959. by National Industrial Conference Board.

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Written in English


  • Economic development.

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SeriesIts Studies in business economics -- no. 66., Studies in business economics (New York, N.Y.) -- no. 66.
LC ClassificationsHB31 .N33 no. 66
The Physical Object
Pagination80 p.
Number of Pages80
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18617543M
LC Control Number59016493

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