2 edition of Small industry in the Seventies found in the catalog.
Small industry in the Seventies
Ram K. Vepa
Bibliography: p. -301.
|Statement||[by] Ram K. Vepa. Foreword by V. V. Giri.|
|LC Classifications||HD2341 .V45|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||307|
|LC Control Number||79922698|
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Small industry in the Seventies. Delhi: Vikas Publications. MLA Citation. Vepa, Ram K. Small industry in the Seventies [by] Ram K. Vepa. Foreword by V. Giri Vikas Publications Delhi Australian/Harvard Citation. Vepa, Ram K.Small industry in the Seventies [by] Ram K. Vepa. Foreword by V.
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