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The Global challenge : opportunities and choices in the multilateral trading system

Author: Renato Ruggiero; Robert Putnam
Publisher: [Cambridge, MA : Harvard University, Center for International Affairs], ©1996.
Series: Annual Paul-Henri Spaak lecture, 14th.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Renato Ruggiero; Robert Putnam
OCLC Number: 39842355
Notes: "October 16, 1995."
"Sponsored by the Frank Boas Foundation and the Center for International Affairs, Harvard University."
Description: iv, 17 p. ; 22 cm.
Series Title: Annual Paul-Henri Spaak lecture, 14th.
Responsibility: by Renato Ruggiero ; preface by Robert Putnam.

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