roads to privatization proceedings of the Second IDF Consultation on Dairying in Central and Eastern Europe, Munich, Germany, 4 September 1992. by IDF Consultation on Dairying in Central and Eastern Europe (2nd 1992 Munich, Germany)

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Published by International Dairy Federation in Brussels, Belgium .

Written in English

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  • Europe, Central

Subjects:

  • Dairy products industry -- Europe, Central -- Congresses.,
  • Privatization -- Europe, Central -- Congresses.,
  • Post-communism -- Europe, Central -- Congresses.

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Includes bibliographical references.

Book details

Other titlesCentral European Dairying
ContributionsInternational Dairy Federation.
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LC ClassificationsHD9275.C362 I35 1992
The Physical Object
Pagination24 p. ;
Number of Pages24
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Open LibraryOL1214914M
LC Control Number94212253

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