China Institute of Pacific Relations, 1933 - Pamphlets
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322 pp. label on back cover, small tears at top & bottom of spine, owner's stamp inside front cover, stamps on 1st page of 1st pamphlet, price sticker inside back cover, text unmarked, good binding. A set of 7 pamphlets bound together: The present agrarian problem in China; The distribution of population and land utilization in China; China's diplomatic relations, 1931-1932: A survey; Chinese government economic planning and reconstruction since 1927; The position of China as a producer of raw materials and a consumer of manufactured products; Rural industries in China; China's industrial development: Its problems and prospect 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # AMA120713-3
Title: China Institute of Pacific Relations, 1933 -...
Publisher: Shanghai: China Institute of Pacific Relations
Publication Date: 1933
Book Condition: Good
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