2 edition of Ten great years found in the catalog.
Ten great years
China (People"s Republic of China, 1949- ) Kuo chia t"ung chi chГј
|Statement||Compiled by the State Statistical Bureau. [Translated from the Chinese edition]|
|LC Classifications||HA1701 A5513|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||223|
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