Long-term projections of supply, demand and trade for selected agricultural products in Taiwan.

by TК»ai-wan ta hsuМ€eh, TК»ai-pei. Nung hsuМ€eh yuМ€an. Nunh yeh ching chi hsuМ€eh yen chiu so.

Publisher: Research Institute of Agricultural Economics, College of Agriculture, National Taiwan University in Taipei

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Edition Notes

StatementTe Tsui Chang, director of the research project.
ContributionsChang, Te-tsʻui, 1904?- ed.
LC ClassificationsHD9016.F62 T28
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 262 p.
Number of Pages262
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5467309M
LC Control Number73170209

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